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known. will be back. the show that is the sworn enemy 8:00 p.m., monday. of lying, pomposity, smugness, and groupthink. have a happy weekend are the ones you love in spite of everything. sean hannity is next. ♪ >> sean: welcome to "hannity." we start with a fox news alert. the less favored conspiracy theory is now dead. it is buried. there was no collusion. no conspiracy, no obstruction, nothing. the witch hunt is over and there will be no further charges, no further indictments, after 675 days and nine months before that with the fbi investigation, and other words, almost three years total of an intensive come of your lunch investigation. robert mueller's report has officially been submitted to the attorney general of the united states. president trump, no more indictments. no collusion charges will be
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filed. no obstruction charges will be filed, and noha conspiracy char charges. congress and mark meadows but a very the mueller report delivery suggest that no more indictments are coming, which we now know is true, from a special, and that means that we just completed two years of investigating russia collusion without one pollution related indictment. not even one. instead after nearly two years, tens of millions of your tax dollars, the mueller witch hunt only managed to prosecute, oh, a few people for process crimes. let's see, papadopoulos' big 12 days in jail, lying to prosecutors, military hero lieutenant general michael flynn has not been sentenced. he nearly went bankrupt, how to sell his home because of mounting legal bills. with both mccabe and comey, the fbi director and deputy director, admitting and bragging that they set him up, something they would never do any obama or
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clinton administrations. roger stone is going bankrupt, facing trial for allegedly lying to congress and harassing a witness. michael cohen, of course, we know his case, pleading guilty to lying to congress, other crimes related to taxicab medallions, and bank applications fraud and taxes, and paul manafort, oh, he may spend the rest of his life in prison because of taxes and, again, lying on bank loan applications. what do they all have in common? nothing, zero, to do with trump, theav campaign, russia, or collusion. mueller also indicated dozens of russians -- russian nationals, they will never come here, never be n extradited. many were russian spies are russian about companies that will never, ever face trailer be extradited to the united states. putin come with a bad actors they are, russians, the bad nation they are, they will never allow it to happen. none of these charges involve
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camping collusion whatsoever. we have plenty of predawn raids and guns drawn and doors kicked down in the middle of the night, s.w.a.t. gear, hours and hours of hard core interrogations, screws turn, lies ruined. the money spent for about? trump-russia collusion was, as we always said, a hoax, a lie conceived by hate, driven by fear. a22 month witch hunt, not into a crime, but into an individual, a person, that is donald trump, who became president, and everyone around them. this is not how it's supposed to work in this country. this cannot happen again! this is pretty downright despicable, and when you look at our constitution, rule of law, application, or equal application of our laws, equal justice under the law, every american tonight should be toutraged, concerned about how did we get here? especially now that we have evidence of known crimes, massive abuse of power, which
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will be the focus of us in days and months going forward. now the full weight of america's justice system can be used to persecute a sitting president of the united states where they even tried to set the election up for the person that they loved, when that person should have been indicted. that would mean nobody in america safe. still, as the attorney general points out, the mueller investigation, it was not hindered in any way, not by the president, not by anybody. as if being president isn't hard enough, the president, he was forced to deal with this undue burden of what is a baseless, absurd investigation that all began before he became president in july of 2016. this, of course, as the mainstream media spread a constant, steady stream of lies and misinformation to the entire world about america's sitting president. a small reminder -- oh, and this will get big as days unfold. take a look.
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>>d you told "the washington post" last week that "there is a smell of treason in the air" when it comes to this investigation. >> we are looking at the possibility that the president of the united states and those around him during an election campaign colluded with a hostile foreign power to undermine the basis of our democracy. >> donald trump now sits at the threshold of impeachment. >> there is outright treason. i mean, there ison no question that what he's doing is giving aid and comfort to the enemy. >> it does look like collusion, it does look like he's listening to putin more than he is american intelligence and frankly, i've never seen that before. >> vladimir putin and his associates, somebody has something on donald trump. >> we hearing a new word, he said it was treason. >> sean: and you wonder why i call them the hate trump media mob. of course, the hatred media mob, they were just following their orders as they always do, from
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their leftist democratic friends, taking their cue from the leaders of the democratic party. we have the evidence of that as well. take a look. >> do you believe that the trump campaign colluded with the russians and 2016 campaign? >> yes. >> do you believe the president himself colluded with the russians? >> yes, he colluded. i don't think it is a hard question at all. >> i can certainly say with confidence that there is t significant evidence of collusion between the campaign in russia. >>anan it is beyond the shadow a doubt to me that if there was not collusion, there was at least the effort to collude with a foreign power. >> we saw a cold, evidence of the trump campaign, the trump family eagerly intending to collude possibly with russia. a hostile foreign power to influence american elections. it's becoming clear we have suffered a desecration of our democracy not seen since watergate. >> sean: they swallowed it all, hook, line, and sinker.
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tonight, the only people actually shocked that the witch hunt came up empty are those on the left who again, once again, rush to judgment. deny due process, peddling a steady stream of daily lies, propaganda, misinformation, and of course, conspiracy theories. this includes those who hated trump so much that they were willing to suspend any and all logic and believe in a fantasy and thereby creating false hopes for every trump pater all across the country. there will be a reckoning. we will hold all of these people in the days, weeks, and monthly countable. of course, this includes nonlawyer and liquor, yep, congressman -- we call him the schiff. he might be the most detached from reality after nine months investigation, the fbi, 22 month investigation from mueller, a bipartisan investigation from
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the senate, bipartisan investigation in the house, after all these investigations tried to prior to day turned ut zero evidence of collusion, earlier today, adam schiff, he vowed to continue his own personal witch hunt into the president or advisor of the american peopleco when you can stay focused on a conspiracy theory? take a look. >> what are the outstanding questions that your committee, house intelligence committee, for example, will continue to investigate, regardless of what the mueller report reveals? >> there are any number of examples that i could give you i've information that we've obtained. our investigative investigation information that has become clear, the special counsel investigation, that may not be neatly summed up our decision on disclosure that we decided to donate letter a but not a b. if they are not answered, we will have to answer them. we will have to find the truth. >> sean: schiff continues to be blinded by his rage and
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hatred of all things trump. lying to his constituents for political gain. oh, he's raising money off of yours truly. sending out fund-raising lenders with "sean hannity attacks schiff but he's never backing down, please donate here." pending the mainstream media, or the media mob as we call them, starting to face in reality. their favorite conspiracy theory is officially dead. sad day, there is no thrill of people's legs today over at other networks. take a look. >> would be the smoking gun, information as to criminality? answer the core question of collusion? to the extent there are no more indictments, i have to say, i think it is good news for the white house. >> let's be specific. this is really good news for a lot of people around donald trump. >> that narrative that this was all an elaborate set up, there was an elaborate piece of the puzzle waiting for that last element, which was americans colluding with russians, it clearly is not part of the special counsel's move forward
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at this point. >> vindicated by that. >> and then he is now vindicated, exactly. if i met mar-a-lago with the president, as the lawyers are, i would be very happy. >> you have to say, if it turns out that there is no indictment that alleges any conspiracy between anyone in the trump campaign and the russians, that vindicates the president to some degree. >> sean: you can see that his appointment. it's got to be killing them. i can almost taste their tears from here. years and years are breathless hysteria, lies presented as facts and truth. what do rachel maddow and all the other msnbc conspiracy theorists going to cover now? watches fake news cnn, where they find their content now? truck he taught at night, what will he be dreaming of? i'm sure per usual, they will find other fake, anti-trump conspiracies to push. all while never apologizing for
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outright lies, breathless, hysterical coverage, day after day, night after night. we've been right all along. the president has been vindicated, but so much damage has already been done. we now have our partisan two tiered system of justice that we have been warning you about. it's now been played bear for the country in the world to see. we have watched constitutional rights trampled on. the constitution or shredded. theed rule of law, equal justice under the law, equal application of our laws, frankly, is as of today, a joke. one that will have a long-standing impact on this country and our future. the big, big question tonight is, where do we go from here? what about all the laws that we know have been broken with real evidence? up until now, many democrats, all these deep state operatives that have abused power and conspired against trump and been involved in conspiracies, yeah,
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they've gotten a free pass. mueller spent 22 months investigating president trump over what was a fantasy based on noe evidence. meanwhile we have for two years on this program presented real, actual russian campaign collusion in the 2016 election. the biggest abuse of power secure lewis industry. three of real collusion with real evidence. hillary clinton's dirty russian dossier was literally put together by a foreign spy, christopher steele. he used real russian lies. yeah, from russia. why was that not investigated? why are we not talking about that tonight? that dirty clinton russian dossier, which was never verified, and now we know on verifiable because his author, he can't stand by his own dossier his own writings! the same dossier used or obtained a fisa warrant to spy on a trump campaign associate!
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we c now know reporters were fed and spread those russian lies and they were spreading it to the american people before the 2016 election. that includes "the washington post" "washington post," michael isikoff! we know fisa. court judges, they were lied to, frauds committed before them. they were never told about the dossier's author, hating trump. they were never told about the hyperpartisan nature, hillary clinton paid for it! they were never told that none of this was where freda corroborated, never told any of this! why wased carter page in the middle of all of this! why were his p constitutional rights allowed to be violated based on hillary clinton bought and paid for russian lies? why was the trump campaign's buydown because of clinton? bought and paid for russian lies? why is it none of this investigated? where is a special counsel for this? also, we now know, thanks to john sullivan, we now a
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high-ranking ukrainian official tried to help hillary clintonec get elected. interfere in our election. they did it by timing the release of embarrassing material about then campaign chairman paul manafort. you are grady and cort called it an illegal intrusion into the american election campaign. why was that not investigated by mueller? what about the uranium on scandal? what about the whole issue of vladimir putin having thugs right here in america that we know were involved in bribery, extortion, kickbacks, money laundering? why do we know? because we had an american fbi spy inside of space and was not rick telling our top law enforcement. putin wanted a foothold in the uranium market in america, and he got it because people like hillary clinton and others signed off on that ridiculous -- we don't have enough uranium, we have to important. the foundational material for nuclear weapons. what about the clinton foundation? they took about $145 million
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from all those executives involved in that uranium one deal. that was secretary of state hillary clinton signing off on it, her husband meeting with vladimir putin, three times as normal speaking fee in russia. why was that not investigated? why were there, when you think about this, no criminal referrals for those associated with clinton? all, that's right, none of that was investigated because as special counsel investigation was a partisan return from day one. remember, after all, mueller hired a team filled with big-time clinton, obama loving, trump-hating democratic donors. his top lawyer, jeannie rae, literally hillary clinton's lawyer at the clinton foundatio. how in good conscience did she ever get hired by mueller? why was mueller's pit bull, his top prosecutor, prosecutor, andrew weissmann,p the guy intended hillary clinton's election night victory party that never transpired. he was a top investigator for
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mueller from the very beginning of the investigation. don't forget peter strzok. he was involved from the get-go. you know peter strzok, he had a girlfriend, lisa page, he was calling trump supporter's smelly walmart shoppers, saying that hillary clinton should rode 100 million to zero. he referred to trump as a deplorable human being, loathsome. he saw the russia probe is an insurance policy to stop trump in case he wins. don't forget how they rigged. he was the one who interviewed hillary clinton and her investigation. he was writing hillary's exoneration in may of 2016 they did her investigation in july and he interviewed hillary july 2nd, comey exonerated her july 5th and then they started investigating july trump. what about the biggest slam dunk obstruction of justice case ever? even alan dershowitz couldn't get me off. i asked her might last night, if i subpoenaed 33,000 emails, i
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delete them, assess wash my hard drive, d then a bust up my devices, my blackberries, iphones with hammers, removes them cards, i think i would be in jail for a long time. don't forget we had classified and top-secret information on hillary's secret server. what about mueller's other investigators, other prosecutors? how many of them? they donated tens and tens of thousands of dollars to democrats, including hillary, andd mueller hired zero, zip registered republicans. we are going to find out over the weekend, maybe next week, sometime soon, this mueller report, at least the content, to the extent we are allowed, to the extent the attorney general decides it is in his discretion and his discretion only. we'll find out as much as we possibly can about what is in there. but know this: this is only couple whatever it is, it's only one side of the story. whatever you hear is only the prosecutorial viewpoint.
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it's a group of hyperpartisan trump haters. those who are always hell-bent on bludgeoning this president, no matter what. facts matter, truth matters. tonight, as pointed out by byron york, we know that mueller did not indict donald trump jr. or jared kushner or other people subject to the insane media hysteria speculation. as the media ever going to apologize to them? don't hold your breath. we know that mueller did not charge anyone in the trump campaign. nobody. ,ill not be charging anyone further. conspiring with russia to fix the 2016ng election. we know that robert mueller never subpoenaed the president. we know that president trump did not fire mueller. we know that the president did not interfere with the mueller investigation. this was an investigation into collusion. if there is no collusion, obstruction, or conspiracy that was found, nothing else matters. no matter what these people that
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have been sending you lies for years tell you. but we must never forget what has happened here. a partisan witch hunt thatt was designed to protect their favorite presidential candidate, rake that election when she should have been indicted. they did not want donald trumphe to win so they lied and committed fraud before a fisa court, denying a fellow citizen their constitutional rights, spanning an opposition party candidate in an election year. havingdi it leaks to the americn people, russian lies to influence the election. then of course, telling donald trump, james comey did it, he signs onto the fisa application in october of 2016, january 2017, he said it's unverified and salacious. that is not what he told the fisa court. they never told a fisa core that hillary paid for it. they never told a fisa court christopher steele hated trump.
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they never told the fisa court that nothing is verified. this cannot happen if we want to remain a constitutional republic. we must bring their real perpetrators of real fraud, real conspiracy, real abuse of power and corruption to justice! where we go from here tonight matters. all of those who abuse their power, all of those who did everything in their power, that we grant them,nt we give to the, to first stop donald trump from ever being elected, then having an insurance policy if he was elected, thinking they knew better than new, weak, the american people. they thought they knew better than all of us. they all need to be held accountable as we move forward from this day on. the days come with a weeks, the months ahead. by the way, you in the media, i promise you, you will be eating your fake news conspiracy theories and reports and hysteria for decades to come. joining us now, harvard law professor alan dershowitz is with us and -- she's going to
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write his own rebuttal's books report which will be interestin interesting. fox news analyst, gregg jarrett. and former prosecutor sidney powell. i saw you earlier on with bret baier, professor, and he rightly made the point, this ish one side. we do know there are no indictments, we do not they want be their indictments. that says an awful lot to >> it does. the report will be very critical of the trump administration and of president trump. we have to remember, it's a completely one-sided report. none of the witnesses were cross-examined by the trump legal team. the trump legal team didn't have an opportunity to submit responses and answers. i would have thought the better policy would be fork attorney general barr to withhold with holding the rureport, give the trump team an opportunity to respond, and then simultaneously release both reports to the public. that is what the adversary system is about.
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you have a one-sided report by the prosecution then a one-sided report by the defense, and then the public has the right to assess the veracity and persuasiveness of each report, and come to their own conclusion. that is what the marketplace of ideas is all about. i want to urge every american, if, in fact, they only produce the mueller report -- even if it's exculpatory -- it will have negative things, withhold final judgment until you see the trump defense teams response. only then can you really form a final judgment about who's right and who's wrong. >> sean: but of course, they don't want the president or his legal team to have any viewing of this at all come professor. let me bring gregg jarrett in. obviously, this has been a bign issue. you know every detail, you chronicled it in your book, the number one best seller, "the russian hole." you feel vindicated today? i agree with the professor. it will be filled with innuendo.
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innuendo doesn't matter. there will be no further indictments. that matters. >> the president, not just make him what the president should feel vindicated. he said all along there was no collusion. here welo now have word from the department of justice there will be no more indictments, which means no button no back nobody was ever charged with a russian pollution-related charm, a crime like conspiracy. been, asuld never havee i argue in my book, and investigation by the fbi.ay we learned from lisa page in her closed her testimony, she admitted readily, we didn't have any evidence of collusion when we launched the probe. nine months later with a special counsel robert mueller was appointed, we still didn't have any collusion. go back and look at comey's testimony, which also was behind closed doors. he confessed to the exact same thing. so here we are two and half years later, god knows how many
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millions of dollars spent, but i feel, for the people, and i talked to six of them, who are subject to interrogation by robert mueller and his team of prosecutors, they were browbeat, they were pressured into lying, to saying things that were not true to incriminate other people, that is not just unconscionable for a prosecutor to do, but in fact, it's an attempt to suborned perjury. who is going to investigate the investigators? >> sean: you wrote a best-selling book, sidney powell, "licensed ally." what did judge ellis it? we know what this is really all about. nothing to do with manafort, this is seeing if you will sing or compose. so they can impeach or get donald trump. he was right from the get-go. but you chronicle that, and a lot of the people in this case, you've chronicle their abuse of power in the past.
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>> yeah, andrew weissmann in particular, tucker, is the lead villain and "licensed ally." it they need to read this book. doause these people will anything to crafted narrative they want to craft to make their cases standoff. if they couldn't find collusion against the president, there was absolutely nothing there for them to work with. he is completely exonerated. >> sean: last night, professor dershowitz, you left. i said you are a great lawyer. and if i hired you, and i had deleted 33,000 subpoenaed emails, and i wiped clean my hard drive, and busted up my devices with hammers, i didn't think you could get me off. maybe you could. maybe you and gregg could team up and save my life. but the reality is, that happened. other thingsan t happened. we now know a lot about what was
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going on behind theen scenes. flying to a fisa court, a committing a fraud on purpose, we know bruce ohr testified. he warned everybody. christopher steele hates trump, hillary paid for it, it's unverified. now i know it's unverifiable because christopher steele says i have no idea if it's true. so there's no way the fbi could have verified it. but they signed off on it. one original application and three subsequentnt applications. if we can do that to one american citizen and to spy one campaign in this cycle and not get to the bottom of that, how that our country? >> i think is very dangerous. from day one, i didn't want to see the appointment of a special counsel with people's target on their backs. i wanted to see the appointment by congress of a independent, nonpartisan expert commission like the 9/11 commission. looking into the entire issue of the 2016 election. everything. this b-17 dossier, what the
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clinton camp did wrong, what the camp did wrong. objectively, nonpartisan investigation, not behind closed doors, not one-sided, so that everyone in america could see what went wrong with the 2016 election in terms of russia's attempt to influence it, and make sure we can prevent it in the future. that is what commissions are supposed to look into. but when you make somebody into a prosecutor, they are not interested in the truth. they are interested in getting somebody, putting a target on their backs, and prosecuting, and that is not the way to get to the truth. >> sean: gregg, if hillary has her investigation rigged, fisa court judges, they are committing open fraud against them to spy on an individual, an american, also get into the trump campaign, those lies are spread, real russian lies, are you confident those people will be held accountable? >> i think they should be and i think william barr will look into -- and lindsey graham will look intoam it, but beyond fisa,
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james comey stole government documents. those presidential memos were not him. he delivered them to unauthorized individuals, three individuals. so that meat needs to be examined. according to senator grassley, at least one of those memos contained classified information, and the fbi had to do a spillage clean up on that. so comey and mccabe and peter strzok and everybody who signed offho on those fisa warrants as well should all be subject to a serious, legitimate investigation. present the evidence to a grand jury and allow them to indict if appropriate. >> sean: sydney, where do we go from here? >> sean, to restore the rule of law and the integrity of the fbi and department of justice, there is going to have to be a real investigation by the a departmet of justice of what really did happen here. everything is going to need to be declassified that has been
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withheld so far. we need the rest of the transcripts of the testimony of the people who testified before congress, the fisa applications, the bruce ohr 302s, all the things that the president has the ability to declassify. there should be available now to house of the american people what went on and the people that are responsible for this real conspiracy to destroy the president, to keep them from being elected, must be held accountable or there will be no rule of law in this country. >> sean: agreed. those fisa applications are to be released at the exact same time that the attorney general gives his report. those 302s, same thing. gang of eight information, same thing. all the other buckets we talked about. >> i think the fisa court ought to see whether or not a contempt ofmp court citation against the people who misled them as appropriate. >> agreed.
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>> sean: we need to hear from those at -- >> we needly unredacted the nams from rosemary collier's decision of a year ago where comey gave a legal access to the raw nsa database to three private contractors. we need to know who those private contractors are afraid that led to all the unmasking sent everything, too. >> sean: forgot about that, leaking raw intelligence. unmasking 350% increased rate. we are civil libertarians here. thank you, operate joining us now from the justice department with the very latest details on this breaking story is our own catherine herridge. i know you've been working -- is it cold there? >> i am so cold here. [laughs] i will be honest. it's worth it. to be right here at the justice department. i want to pick up on a couple points that you just made with your panelists, which is that in addition to the special counsel investigation, there's been a paralleler investigation that hs
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been run here are the justice department by the inspector general, michael horowitz, and he's been looking at a handful of issues. onee is the leaking of classifid memos, classified information by senior fbi executives. also, receiving gifts by those executives from members of the media and others, and most importantly, these allegations of surveillance abuse through the fisa court in the 2016 campaign. on that point, a fox news exclusively obtained 40 pages of text messages, i have them here, between the former acting fbi director, andrew mccabe, and fbi lawyer lisa page. these text messages show that in october of 2016, just nine days before the fisa application was granted for carterer page, there was a lot of concern and heartburn by a senior justice
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department official about the bias of a confidential human source that was associated with theha application, based on our reporting, we believe it's the former british spy christopher steele. these text messages, i'm also told tonight, since our story went online, were never provided to some of the house committees that were seeking the text messages of andrew mccabe last year. they felt this obstructed their investigation. finally, and the text messages, you seees senior people at the i sharing a very derogatory blogs then candidate trump, and even using the d word to describe congressman trey gowdy. so you can get a sense, if you go online and read our story, whether there is more evidence of political bias that may have infected these investigations, sean. >> sean: remember, we are going to go over those and a lot more detail, everything is up on, katherine's full report, exclusive report.
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remember, mccabe said, no dossier, no fisa application. interesting. this could shed a lot of light. this is only the beginning. joining us now, "hell," john solomon. in fox news contributor sara carter. and has minority whip steve scalise. it's interesting what katherine said, john and sarah, both of you began this journey into this whole abuse of power, corruption scandal, which i argued was the biggest in history, with the abuse of intelligence, not according to catherine, we are going back to that. john, the wisdom of. terms lawyers, and the accountability of the mueller report, and a lot of good you found out about, no matter what innuendo might be in there tonight, next we come over the weekend. >> i think when we look back at this, one of the seminal decisions that protected the president wasci rudy giuliani ad
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jay sekulow's decision not to put the president before mueller's team and have him be subjected to a perjury trap for a 25 years ago, bill clinton fell into that. i think that will turn out to be one of the most important things that happened here. but when this is all said and done, which are less bound or talked about, the most important thing. if we don't want a repeat of this in history, accountability has to be handed out to all the people who pulled off his ruse. >> sean: that would mean the intelligence abuses, sara, 350% increase that you and john reported over two years ago now, on that would mean hillary clinton having her case rated, as we now know, exoneration written well before, a slam-dunk case on obstruction, evenre james baker thought she should have been indicted on the espionage act. then the conduct and the misuse of -- the bludgeoning of trump that followed with the phony
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dossier. >> sean, this extraordinary malfeasance within the fbi that we have seen based on the evidence hasn't come out over the last three years. even within the intelligence community, remember, we talked about the weaponization of the intelligence community, andat that's why it's so imperative that it be investigated. when john and i first started reporting on this, this was years ago. not only did we see that exponential increase in unmasking, but we also know, and we've discovered through our stories and investigations, that former u.n. investigator samantha power set over -- nearly 300 unmasking's. she even attested in testimony to trey gowdy that she didn't even sign off on all of these. so maybe that means someone else wasn't signing her name and unmasking people. these would be people probably connected to the administration of people connected to the campaign, so this is something that still needs to be investigated. this is abuse of our power,
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abuse of our intelligence apparatus. there is no other word toot describe this. what gregg jarrett said was right on the money. he was going to investigate the investigators? >> sean: congressman, we know russian lies were used to influence the election, and we know who for them. we know they were uncorroborated, and we know they were used for a fisa applicatio application. we know there was a russian interference. by the way, devin nunes warned us about it in 2014. we know it's a hostile regime. we know about ukrainian attempt to influence the election. why didn't mueller, if he is concerned about russian interference, why did he not address a phonedr he bought and paid for russian dossier used as a weapon to get a fisa application that gave a backdoor to the trump campaign? how is that possible? >> there are a lot of serious questions like that that are to
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be answered. devin nunes has raised it and others have raised it, we said allwe along, we looked into collusion and found no collusion. and yet that was only a few months after the trump administration and yet mueller continue to go on. the report has got to come operate if it turns out like we are hearing that there aren't going to be further indictments, it does indicate president trump but it also gives credence to those claims that this was a witch witch hunt and i would like to see not only the report be made public, but how many tens of millions of taxpayer dollars were spent over nearly two years to meander around and as you say, bully people, if there was no collusion, which was the intent of the muellerve investigation. oh, by the way, what about people like adam schiff who said two years ago that there was more than circumstantial evidence of collusion if it turns out there isn't any, are they going to hold account as well for what they said in the smearing they try to make a good people?
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>> sean: i would like to get to hear from the fisa court judges. maybe it's just my upbringing and law enforcement, which i talk about a lot, and so many people in my family and law enforcement, why do i think that if i purposefully omitted information i in an applicationo a judge, important information like who paid for something, or if i lied to a fisa court judge and said something that was not true, john solomon, why do i think that, i don't know, maybe i'm just paranoid but i think i will be locked up, put in jail, and i would have one pretty angry judge who i was brought up to say, yes, ma'am, no, your honor, yes, sir, no, sir. >> there is no doubt. i have a strong suspicion from the reporting i've done that the fisa court is waiting for the ig's findings, the independent review, and that may trigger action at the court. trigger action of the attorney general's office, certainly inform senator lindsey
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graham's investigation. i think the second half of 2019 will be a half year of accountability that will bring a lot of people to justice. i have heard from inside the court that there are judges concernedre and waiting for theg report. i think they could be a seminal moment. >> sean: b we now know that there will be no further indictments from mueller. i'm pretty certain, based on the team that he hired that was extraordinarily>> biased, i expt that we are going to have a lot of innuendo, people areo saying about he is just providing a road map for somebody f else -- john you are shaking her head no. why? >> i've done a lot of reporting on this, sean. i think deputy attorney general rosenstein, the letter he wrote governing this, made very clear at the very beginning, if we don't find crimes, we are not going to use a report to smear something. they want to do the opposite of what james comey did when he released the hillary clinton report. i think there will be a very smart amount of details.
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i think everyone will be surprised how surprised are thee are. >> sean: sara? >> i think john is right. we could be surprised, i could go the other direction. i think john is right. i don't think there'll be a lot of details. i think it is evident by what we are hearing from the democrats. the rumors going through congress right now. democrats expect this to be a dud. a dud, this is why adam schiff is so adamant about moving forward with investigations on his own that have nothing to do with russia. he wants to push forward and investigate everything from, from his taxes to his family. i don't think the american people are going to buy this. i think this is i think as far as when the report comes out, and it has become public, it will really be in the hands then, when it goes public, to the president. for president trump to come out, and of course, he'll have to come out and make a statement, but do say it's time for this country to move on. the next thing is, of course, there has to be an investigation into what happened here so it
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never happens again. i don't think the american people are going to buy with the democrats are dishing out, a constant investigation for the next two years into president trump's going to backfire on them bignv time. >> sean: i agree. congressman, the last word on tonight. >> first, i agree that if you look at what has been going on for the last two years, it was set up to be a witch hunt. they wanted to find something based on people within the fbi that had a political agenda. like everybody has got their own political views but when you want to put that badge on, you check your agenda at the door, and that did not happen with some people at the fbi. i would like to see a real investigation, to clean up some of the bad apples there are over there so we can truly restore t the fbi's integrity, which we need to do, but also hold people accountable for what happened. fisa abuses, if you are a fisa judge, you are going to be steaming right now. they went to the fisa court and maybe gave misleading statements to get that access. if they abuse the fisa court, i
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want to see further action there as well, real accountability. i think this is just the beginning. >> sean: do you believe that there will be indictments handed down over all of this? i believe there will be. >> absolutely i do. >> i think it comes down to the quality of the evidence of the ig providing to the public. i think there is a strong possibility of indictments. >> i couldn't agreeme more. >> sean: thank you. writing is now, for more on our continuing coverage, breaking n tonight, very own ed henry. standing right in the new news. >> the headline is that after two years of investing in robert mueller's probe of alleged russian collusion is officially over with no further indictment. even the president's critics like james comey now acknowledging they are no longer sure there was collusion or even obstruction of justice despite all the speculation. on the surface that sounds like goods news for the president,
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flatly he and members of his family will not be indicted by robert mueller, despite all the claims to the contrary by his critics. thever we still do not know specifics of the report, and of course it does not mean the investigations are over. as you've been talking about, the democrats around the house. they are already talking about bringing mueller in as a sworn witness for testimony that could still be damaging to thee president. information that did not lead to an indictment but that could be considered by the house for possible impeachment on the road. also, don't forget the southern district here in new york. former attorney michael cohen pled guiltyst to crimes, still investigating the trump organization. the president of the white house, though, feel confident in talking to some of his allies that parts of this report will get to congress and the public but they feel confident with new attorney general william barr in charge, tipped off the white house about 4:35:00 p.m. the reporter was coming, then he went to the congressional4:
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committees, told them it was coming. bottom line. tonight, and talkig to allies of the president in private, they are telling me that they are very confident that this report is going to show there was no collusion with the russians, but i am picking up from some advisors to the president that they are nervous about what robert mueller is going to say in this report about allegations of obstruction of justice that clearly he is not going to indict the president or others around him over obstruction of justice, but they think the details of the report may suggest that mueller believed there was some kind of instruction but did not bring charges, i'm told, by these advisors to the president because of the long-standing justice department -- >> sean: they wanted obstruction. just go to hillary's emails. that she deleted, acidid wash, just if i busted up my little iphone here. anyway. ed henry, thank you. joining us now with the reaction, fox news contributors dan bongino and jason chaffetz.
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i will start with you, jason. you know michael horowitz, you know it's been going on, he takes forever. he has 600 people working for him. what is the always take 18 he months to get a report? he did good work the last time, god is the peter strzok-lisa page tax. i would think on fisa and in particular, we know that fraud was committed, and power was abused. why is this taking so long? >> i think the most consequential thing, and as ofeq this for a long time, is the inspector general report. it never happens fast enough. probably about another 90 days old. you don't hear leaks, anything about it. when we look at fisa abuse, the malfeasance at the highest echelons within the department of justice, he is going to be they want to do that too. i the most consequence, where you see collusion is actually what was going on with the highest echelons within the fbi and i think it is going
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to be scathing, thorough, and credible because it does come for michael horowitz. >> sean: your thoughts, dan bongino, tonight, as -- you can already tell in the up to this, they were lowering the expectation game. i'm listening tong that end it's like, i wonder if deep down they knew that there was no evidence. we had two senate committee, house committee, an fbi investigation, all conclude no russia collusion. now we will get to that. also, what i'm told is the majority of interest in mueller's team was all about russia, not about obstruction. we all know, james comey admitted, he could be fired for any or no reason at all by the president. >> a couple of things. first, jim comey's professional reputation is on fire. everybody is forgetting here that it was jim comey's memos, the leak of those mamas that was meant as a push and incentive to start this witch hunt that ended
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up today like a dumpster fire. we now have nothing. another thing on comey, they base to nearly their entire investigation on the dossier. we now know according to comey himself he claims is salacious and unverified. not only does comey initiate a bulk investigation that leads nowhere based on a fake dossier, he also incentivizes them through the leak of illegal information to start a special counsel probe that leads to wha what? taxicab medallions? nothing? this is all we got? >> sean: based on no further indictments, i will ask you both, 20 seconds each, jason first, no further indictment, what is the worst that can be in there? innuendo, maybe people shouldn't have sat in a meeting or this piece of paper didn't look good? what? >> i don't think there will be much at all. remember, it was the inspector general who found directory comey insubordinate it has first report when he did
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this stuff and look for more of that company >> nothing will be inra there. character assassination, obstruction of justice, andy mccabe already admitted there was no effort to obstruct the investigation. it's nonsense. >> sean: i agree with you on the obstruction. probably innuendo, looking at what they fought together. a lot of people should be worried tonight in the deep state. when we come back, a lot more reaction to tonight's big breaking news, the mueller report is in. r there will be no further indictment coming. there are a lot of media people, the heat trumped media mob, they are crying right now, they are so upset. they have been lying for you for over two years. straight ahead. like savings of 25% on this 6.5 quart aluminum fish fryer. and save $250 on this garmin echomap plus chartplotter and fishfinder. your adventure starts here.
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>> sean: this is a fox news alert. the molar report is now in the hands of the new attorney, bill barr. the trump media has been obsessing over this witch hunt for the last 22 months. join us now with more reaction, media reporter for the hill and also wor news talk radio host joe concha. i was told, bill barr made this happen. bill barb stopped mueller from doing his job. and actually if you look at it, his actions were blocked by anybody. is this now their way of admitting, he lied to you for over three years and we are sorry? maybe i'm misinterpreting it. >> i'm just happy that i want for the first time in 22 months or at least every day here that president trump is going to probably a fire bob mueller.
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i remember hearing that story over and over again and it nevei happened. this was always called the russia investigation for a reason. it is in every headline and every lead paragraph. when you take russia out of russian investigation it loses its impact. so you ask me, well they apologize? that's like putting aside an ego. instead for those who push this narrative, and what's going to happen, no apology but a pivot to whatever is most negative toward the president next. no apologies here because the eagles don't allow for that. >> no apologies, no retraction, fake news and to come up by the way, journalism is dead. from a political standpoint, this is your party, just doubling down and promising eight more investigations. instead we will investigate donald trump's checkbook from when he was 11 years old. that's where we are going next. >> yes. and i think from what i saw
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today from adam schiff and his colleagues, that's exactly exactly where they are going. it's a big win for donald trump but also a big win for him vis-a-vis 2020. and if the democrats keep going, as they may well come up that plays into the hands of overreach that we saw in 1998 when the starr report was used unsuccessfully by the republicans. so bad news for the my advice, give it up, stop, and move to issues, not russia investigation. >> sean: no, democrats never listen to doug schoen. when we come back, a huge night in washington. we will tell you more. different generations get the same quality of customer service
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report is finished. monday on the program, newt gingrich, mark levin and evan nunez all join us to every action for what we learned over the weekend. thank you for being with us. we will never be the hate trump media mob. we will see you monday. >> laura: this isit "the ingraham angle" from a colossally busy city tonight. it's finally over. special counsel robert mueller, and we don't know exactly about what specifics were in the report, but we do know that mueller is not recommending any further indictments nor has he included on the inside the report. now, throughout the hour, we are going to be naming names w on wo started this


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