online, thank you for helping to make it a bestseller. i had a great time meeting you on the road. 2:00 pm, can't wait to say hello. most-watched, most trusted, most grateful you spent the evening with us in dallas, i am shannon bream. welcome to a special edition of "hannity" "justice in america." i'm dan bongino in for sean. we'll start with a fox news alert. just minutes ago president trump announced he is suspending the threat of economic tariffs against mexico. after the country agreed to take tough legal action against illegal immigration. we'll have full coverage of this coming up. but first we begin with the big breaking news from catherine herridge who is reporting u.s. attorney john durham is "dialed in" to his ongoing investigation in the origins of the russia witch hunt. according to sources durham is asking the right questions and getting to the truth.
durham is working in coordination with the d.o.j. inspector general horowitz investigating the fisa abuse and the top democrats are worried that the ongoing probes could throw cold water on impeachment dreams. not just the congressional democrats fantasizing about impeachment. form lawyer baker is now praying to the impeachment gods. watch this. >> imsimilar a political process. to -- impeachment is a political process. if you don't have the support of the american people it won't go forward. that requires educating the american people. that is what congress needs to do and focus on and figure out how to do that in an effective way. >> that is what the so-called nonpartisan f.b.i. looks like. under comey's dreadful leadership. we are learning michaelflip caught the attention of the federal investigators as early as 2015 and was a target of stephen halpert. the informant that spied on
papadopoulos and page. joining us now is robert gates and mike turner -- matt gaetz and mike turner. one of the problems that i have with this is that the mueller report appears more like the day like an extended op-ed. we found out about the doctor that nancy pelosi video in we found out that the transcripts from president trump's lawyer john dowd, the transcripts to, there were the keywords missing. is mueller writing op-ed or doing an investigation? >> we continue to see chinks in the armor. i'd point you to the great work of john solomon who appears on this program that points out that mueller identified as an individual connected to the russian intelligence was actually in the state department working with our government. so if robert mueller wasn't able to ascertain who was spying for the russian and who was reporting intelligence to
our own government i think it would call in question substantial portions of his work. but there is three real levels of what mr. durham's doing that are important. fisa abuses, the lies before the courts that should not have occurred. also the illegal leaks. your point about james baker highlights the extent to which under james comey leadership the f.b.i. wasn't conducting the investigations and looking for the truth. they were trying to shape public opinion. and i think most notably the corrupt origins of the investigation inside the obama white house. where we weren't just violating the rights of our own citizens but britain and others that we could haven't done in the united states. that's bad news. >> i want to get back to kolinick. you are on the hill and you see what is going on every day. do you sense the tide is turning feeling on the hill
where the democrats realize there is something going on here? that there was clearly, this was not, to quote susan rice "by the book f.b.i. investigation here." listen, your colleagues up on the hill are the democrats. we may not agree with them but they are not stupid. they have to know there were severe abnormalities here. are they worrying that this is coming out and it may rebound on them? >> something they worry about is the authority that barr has with respect with the declassification. it's not the ohr investigation but the american public getting the truth and the actual information. michael cohen came to testify on the committee i serve on and there were leaks about what was in his testimony. the story sort of came to a screeching halt the moment that the cryp the transcript was released and people saw what
was in it. they move forward with the investigation of the origins of this, which i had to live through with the intelligence committee. they will find holes in the story but they will release this information to the public to read it themselves to see that not only was there no "there" there but there were misdeeds done. it's very obviously i think clear to the american public that comey, clapper, brennan and baker when they stand on the television sets now and are clearly anti-trump bias, that bias predated their leaving the government. it was there when they were over the agencies that were so important that were tar getted at the american citizens. >> congressman gaetz on the point you made about kolimnik this is disturbing. we find out that there were sins of omission here. mueller i don't want to leave weissman out of this. andy weissman, his fingerprints are all over this. you brought up the fact that they damn manafort in the
report for the discussions and whether they are appropriate or not is up to you to decide. he wasn't charged for the conversations but kolimnick was the source for the state department for the obama administration. we find out that one of mueller confidential informants in the case, allegation, of course, but apparently was arrested for the child pornography of all things. this was mueller's source? this is getting uglier by the minute. >> this continues to trend if there are reports that are not damaging to the president then they try to keep that aspect away from the public view. you see it in the mueller report where that information was not cast in accurate light. but even before then in the fraud that occurred before a secret court with no defense attorney present you had the department of justice and the f.b.i. presenting information that seemed to indicate that george papadopoulos was colluding with are russians when the reality is they had a transcript where brits run
intelligence against papadopoulos and papadopoulos denied ever having engaged in the unlawful acts. so, they are presenting information to try to reinforce their bias. rather than put forward the information that would have spared our country from the 22 months of division. because from the beginning it was on that there wasn't collusion but they allowed the investigation to persist. >> dongman turner, so we have seen -- congressman turner, we have seen information come out but very little accountability. i'm thinking of the best way to phrase it. i get e-mails a lot and on twitter where people are upset. they see people getting off. there is allegation of a senior f.b.i. official accused of leaking. and the d.o.j. didn't want to prosecute that case. why does it appear if it involves a trump-associateed person, mike flynn, george papadopoulos, paul manafort, the heavy hand of justice comes down on them hard. early morning raids, severe
prison sentences, and paul manafort is in solitaire confinement on rikers island. i was a cop. you don't want to be on rikers island. no less solitary confinement. but if it's a democrat they seem to get off. will we ever get the accoun accountability? >> inequity is troubling. from the perspective of the intelligence committee and as you are aware from the oversight committee. criminal referrals have been made. as a result of the inaccurate statement that people made, lying under oath. this will go to the heart of the inception of the investigation. the people around trump were pursued for the purpose of trying to turn them against the president and say things that are not true. mueller investigation found no collusion. they did not conclude. they found there was no evidence ultimately to conclude that the president committed a crime on obstruction.
but they put pressure on the people around them including ruining their lives and pursuing the criminal prosecution. there are criminal referrals that have been made that will go to the heart of people being dishonest and abusing the power and being dishonest. i think the attorney general will undertake it and the american public will get answers. i think we need to change the laws. >> let me follow-up. i understand and i get you can't go out and physically put handcuffs on people. you are a legislator, not your job. you make referrals. i get that. but the frustration is, you know, is there any pressure that we can put on the d.o.j. and people to do their jobs? it seems like the inequities are leading to a real imbalance. the republic only matters if the people have fidelity to it and believe that the constitution means something. it seems to mean something for one side but mean absolutely nothing to the other side of the political debate. my question better phrased is what from your side can be done about this? >> i think the general investigation --
[overtalking] >> that was a follow-up. i'll go to you congressman gategaetz for the last word. congressman turner? >> if you look to the barr investigation and the attorney general investigation, these will get to the heart of were there laws broken or the procedures broken? it with us not done by the book. there were abuses of the product. we'll get data and the investigation from which the investigations can lend themselves to the criminal prosecutions hardest and the referrals from the intelligence committee and the government oversight committee. >> congressman gaetz, last word. what can be done? people are getting frustrated there. >> the american people are sick and tired of a double standard that seems to pave a yellow brick road to the exoneration for hillary clinton. when they were clearly crimes committed there. while at the same time casting the aspergeses on trump without a basis as a result of bias. the only reason people have been thrown in jail is jeff sessions did a terrible job as
attorney general. now we have a real attorney general. mr. durham is on the case. the information now indicates at every level of the corruption will be accountability and restoration of the justice and the recall of law. i can't wait for it. >> congressman gaetz and congressman turner, thank you. now we have more evidence and corruption at the highest levels of the bureaucracy. july uncovered documents show the copped witho conduit of thee bruce ohr was given a bonus and a raise compliments of you, the american people. during the very height of the russia witch hunt. but that is not all. yet another discovery from the judicial watch is revaling how the clinton e-mail investigation was so botched that the important investigatory notes are totally missing and others are damaged beyond repair. knowing to see there, folks -- nothing to see there, folks. joining us with more is judicial watch president
fitton and the fox news analyst gregg jarrett. there are information appearing all the time that kolinick is russian guy but the government used him. this was so horrible for the don trump but he worked with the company and it was paid for by hillary. but information on the clintons it all magically disappears through the black hole. >> unequal justice and selective prosecution became hallmark of the obama administration and james comey and rul alan robert mueller. abedin said there was no hacking of the clinton server. documents show it was simply untrue. the chinese hacked her server and she knew it. so that was a lie. they also told the f.b.i. -- again this under oath -- we don't know anything about
hillary clinton using a private unauthorized server. they were talking about it and communicating about it. but they weather never prosecuted. comey was asked about it. why didn't you prosecute that? oh, failing memories should be forgiven. so if you a friend of hillary clinton you get a free passion. if you so much as cough and sneeze in the vicinity of trump the full force of the federal government will come after you with a vengeance. >> and mike flynn's failing memory and george papadopoulos's memory wasn't forgiven. they went to jail. and judicial watch has done great work and the recent discovery of the missing information of the f.b.i. i have a theory. tell me if you think i'm right. that is the inspector general of the intelligence community note with the f.b.i., correct, some missing? >> right. >> is it possible -- you know better than i do. you f.o .i.d it.
is it's a damage assessment done by the intelligence community about the hillary clinton e-mail if it was hacked and what was out there? >> well, the dates line up. the missing meeting notes are from a meeting that the intelligence community had with peter strozk and company, it looks like. about a month after the i.c.i.g. referred it to d.o.j. so they had the intelligence committee refer to the justice department hillary clinton for the investigation over the missing e-mails and the national security implications. they have a meeting about the issue a month later. the notes are nowhere to be found. it looks like it lines up with the discussions that the agencies had about whether the chinese gained access to her e-mails. the notes are gone. because of a lawsuit. it's not voluntary disclosures. to me it shows they didn't care.
a sham investigation. they lost the notes. who cares? last week they admit 302, four witnesses, interview statements were missing. if you don't care about the investigation and you know it's wired you won't do the basics like keep notes of the meetings. and be diligent and record everything that happens. >> something i saw in the judicial watch report is the potential that some of the hillary clinton information on the server may have appeared on the dark web. some of it was classified. with the classified markings marked out. >> sure. >> this is staggering information. we are talking about the secretary of state. she is not trafficking in low-level information. i was an introductory secret service we worked the treasury check cases. they were nice to work but not national security cases. this is the real deal. she was the secretary of state. >> absolutely. she jeopardized the national security. she didn't care, obama didn't care. obama went on national television, on fox news with
chris wallace and said she didn't jeopardize national security. she was a little careless. that was the clarion call to comey and the department and justice to stomp the foot on the scales of justice. and clear hillary clinton even though they knew she committed crimes. more than 100 of them representing 110 classified documents on her unauthorized server. comey twisted the law and converted the facts to absolve her making the announcement on the day that his f.b.i. furtively meeting in london with the author of the phony dossier. that was the beginning of the russia hoax that beget the witch hunt. >> doubling down on what greg had to say. the beginning of the investigation has become a scandal in and of itself. the f.b.i. story doesn't seem to make any sense when you analyze it with the clear eyes. they said it started with a george papadopoulos tip to downer at the end of july. july 31.
but the problem is we have f.b.i. two weeks before, middle of july, before july 31 in london meeting with the christopher steele and the dossier. is the big scandal the fact that the f.b.i. is not telling us the full story the entire time about the origins of the case? is that what bill barr is going to give us? >> mueller didn't tell us the full story of the origin of the case. they suggested that it started later than it did. the f.b.i. hasn't told us anything. it's all been leaks and supposition. mueller was supposed to tell us the truth. as you have seen the mueller dossier is shown to be a sham. if i were the a.g. i would issue a black box warning with the mueller report. you can't trust it. we disavow it. it's there if you want to look at it. there may be facts you can double check but we can't vouch for it. we have documents coming out for instance that bruce ohr is
getting unusual bonus, at least given the recent salary history in the middle of the russia gate investigation. just about the time he is launched by the f.b.i. and the d.o.j. to be the back channel as you pointed out. to christopher steele. after the f.b.i. fired him. so he gets a big bonus. then it comes out he was dealing with christopher steele on the down-low because evidently sessions and company didn't know about it so they removed him. you know what? they kicked him upstairs to the international group and gave him a raise. >> gregg, i hypothesized from the start ohr is the key to the whole case. he is information launderer. not money laundering but laundering information. making ill lel jit mate information look real because it came in through his position with his wife and the d.o.j. now it looks legitimate. simpson and ohr the stories don't make sense. simpson said he contacted them
after the election in thanksgiving. and contacted ohr around thanksgiving. but ohr is saying he made contact with simpson in august. so obviously the stories can't marry up. >> and nellie ohr received a criminal referral because of that very fact. bruce ohr and elto glenn simpsos testimony don't match up. he is in a world of trouble so that is why he invoked the fifth amendment. >> he said i just met ohr after the election in november. when in reality -- that changes the whole story and it will give simpson a motive to say that. >> there are so many bad characters in this. glenn simpson, christopher steele, bruce ohr, nellie ohr. the ohrs, by the way, are profiting by this at the same time they are peddling the phony dossier. now we learn today thanks to tom fitton and judicial watch
ohr is getting $28,000 bonus for the work he did that resulted in his demotion. only in american government can you profit by malfeasances. >> we paid for it. your tax dollars not hard at work. >> the attorney general should look at the documents. his agency and the f.b.i. give to judicial watch. he can do the prosecutions that he needs to based over that. incredible. it is all there in the public domain already. >> i hope he does. this is a slap in the face that the taxpayer dollars are financing the malfeasances. >> i got to get that job. >> it's not chump change either. democrats are in an impeachment frenzy. plus, trump responds to nancy pelosi's prison comment. we have a debate with austan we have a debate with austan goolsbee and congressman
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only person to take offense to pelosi's comments. >> there was a judicial legal process. we have covered it extensively. it did not result in an indictment whether you like it or not. the next step does congress want to deal with it? if the speaker doesn't want to go that route she has every right to explain that. but if she doesn't want to go that route but she is making prison-esque or jail-esque references, does she risk to get closer to a lock her up frame? >> imagine you live in a rinky dink country that doesn't even have a democracy and the leader of the opposition -- this is stuff we saw in pakistan in the old days. defeat the guy and then hang him. >> dan: pelosi is talking about jailing the president a handful of the democrats are pushing for impeachment. but as axios shows us they have a long way to go to make impeachment a reality. joining with us the reaction
is congressman tom mcclintock and former adviser austan goolsbee. austan, going to you first. what is with the police state bent of the modern democrat party? i don't get it. first a spying scandal. no democrats are coming out to call out the government spying on president trump. now we have calls from the speaker of the house to put president trump in the handcuffs. i guess she thought it wasn't going to slip out to the general public. she said it behind closed doors. do you have a problem with this kind of stuff? >> i have somewhat of a problem with that i'm glad it wasn't a public statement. i wasn't there. i can't verify she said that. if she did say that, i think that is over the line. this is a line that the president of the united states to be fair is quite familiar with stepping over, too. calling for people to be investigated for treason, pronouncing them guilty before there is any investigation. but i certainly don't think that it is appropriate to
either say you want the president in jail, or to say that you think that the president should be impeached when there has been no investigation. we haven't had any fact-finding. that is stepping over the line. i do have a problem with it. >> dan: congressman, your take on this? we have seen this increasingly hostile position from the democrat party. it's really hard to believe when you see this. you have even people on msnbc complaining like we are in a third world republic here. this is outrageous. this is the speaker of the house talking behind closed doors. no one has yet to refute it conclusively, talking about putting handcuffs on the president of the united states after he was spied on by their party. they should apologize to him. not calling for his jailing. >> this tendency to criminalize our political process is disturbing. it goes back to the persecution of the tea party by the i.r.s. i still know tea party activists who won't go near
politics because they are scared to death of bringing the i.r.s. upon them. so this regrettable. i will say this. it was behind closed doors. politicians sometimes talk loosely behind closed doors. sometimes they talk loosely out in public. but i do think that she is legitimately concerned over this obsession that thed are call left within the democratic caucus has with the impeachment. they are in danger of running a foul of something that the air force pilots talk about. it's called target fixization. when a pilot is so fixated on a target he flies his plane in a mountain. the democrats campaigned as the problem solvers in the 2016 election. they have been nothing but trouble-makers in if days since then. the american people are getting tired of it. >> dan: i know i kind of hinted at this before, austan, but it concerns me. i'm not being hyper bawlic.
bolic when i say this. where are the democrats in your party speaking out about this and the spying scand? we know now, we know conclusively the president was spied on. that is not up for debate. the only part of debate is was it predicated? i think it's false. where the democrats and people like yourself speaking out saying we are going down the wrong road? >> i'm not speaking that specifically. that is the wrong phrase to say that the president was being spied on. >> what would you call it? >> well, if someone is investigated that is not being spied on. >> dan: but they admitted they had a spy. ahe is called a spy. do you call him surveillance? >> you say "he" are you talking about attorney general barr? >> no halpur, who spied on the trump team. what do you call him? >> i would say that they were being investigated and the mueller report shows that if
they were being investigated for good reason. the russians -- >> dan: what reason? >> the russians were heavily trying to influence -- >> dan: so why not spy on russians? why spy on trump? >> because they were con commuting with the trump campaign -- they were communicating with the trump campaign. >> what do you mean they were communicating with the trump campaign? >> do you want to go over point of the mueller? do we have time for that >> dan: so should we have surveilled hillary clinton since she communicated with the russians? >> so we are clear, rudy giuliani was working for the campaign and was talking to the f.b.i. behind the scenes. the f.b.i. agents and finding out information that was not appropriate about what was happening in the campaign. he was being investigated. is that spying? >> dan: is it illegal to talk to russians?
i have talked to russians. is that illegal? >> sometimes it. depends what you talk about, dan. don't tell me. i don't want to be an accomplice. it depends what you say. >> dan: thank you, congressman and austan goolsbee. i appreciate it. next, ilhan omar is having legal trouble and trace gallagher has details. joe biden commits one of the biggest flip-flops of all time. kayleigh mcenany and matt schlapp will have reaction. stay with us as the "hannity" specia
trace? >> good evening. this goes back to when democratic congressman ilhan omar was a minnesota lawmaker. now minnesota campaign finance officials ordered her to pay back about $4,000 for repeatedly using campaign money for unlawful purposes. including personal travel and paying a law firm to correct her income tax returns. but some conservatives say the real story here isn't the misuse of campaign funds. it's her tax returns. here is why. the initial complain was that ilhan omar used campaign money to help pay for her divorce. state officials investigated and found that was not the case. but it does appear that omar may have filed joint tax returns in 2014 and 2015 with her current husband. but at the time, she was reportedly married to another man. the i.r.s. only allows joint filings if the state legally recognizes the marriage. so conservatives are now accusing her of tax fraud,
which is a felony. omar says the accusations are baseless and politically motivated. dan? >> dan: thank you, trace. new tonight, joe biden is making it clear he is willing to say and do absolutely anything to appease the new radical left. like doing an abrupt flip-flop on the issue of abortion funding. because literally a day after issuing a statement reaffirming his decades-long support for the hyde amendment, he changed his view. now says he can no longer support the amendment. take a look. >> we now see so many republican governors denying healthcare to millions of the poorest and the most vulnerable americans to refuse medicaid expansion. i can't justify leaving millions of women without access to the care they need and the ability to exercise their constitutionally protected right. if i believe healthcare is a right as i do, i can no longer support an amendment to make that right dependent on
someone's zip code. >> dan: care that with what was being said about his position just this week. take a look. >> he is a deeply religious man. i think even knows that. he is guided by his faith. and his position on hyde amendment has been consistent. >> joe biden has and i have done reporting on this today and i am told you explicitly it's joe biden himself who says this is my conviction and i'm not changing it. this is how i have felt. this is how i have voted for my four decades in public service. i'm not changing. >> dan: you see what is going on here? biden has no core values, no core ideas. his campaign is already doing damage control. joining me now for reaction, american conservative union chairman matt schlapp and the national press secretary for the trump 2020 kayleigh mcenany. i will go to you first, matt. i was joking around with tucker before about this when i did the news explosion
because i'm seriously having a tough time about the flip-flop, flop, flip, flop. he was for hyde in 1976. he was against hyde a few days ago. now he is for hyde and was against hyde. matt, can you explain to me where joe biden is right now on the hyde amendment? we would love to hear it? >> the saddest thing of all, dan is to watch him stumble through the statement. clearly he doesn't know what to say or what to do. first thing to keep clear abortion is not healthcare. just because the supreme court wrongly found the word "abortion" in the constitution which never appears there by the way, it still doesn't mean that your fellow citizens have to pay for your ability to exercise that right. these are fundamental questions. joe biden for decades, he started off as pro life senator and then he moved back and said this is moral question. we shouldn't use taxpayer
money to pay for something so morally controversial. now it shows where the democrats are. this is an open borders, green new deal, socialist democratic party that believes in the post-birth abortion and late-term abortion. they are exceedingly radical. joe biden is trying to go along to get the brass ring. it's not worth the 30 pieces of silver. >> dan: this was a 540. he did a 180 and then a 360 and then he did a 540, right? he is back to not supporting it which is radical by the way. i'm pro-life, conception to natural death. but i think a relatively centrist bipartisan position is even if you don't agree with me i shouldn't have to be, nor should you have to pay with your tax dollars for someone else's choice to have a abortion. that seemed like a reasonable bipartisan position. the democratic party is not reasonable anymore. if joe biden couldn't
withstand tweets of alyssan milano, and she was the boss on this one, how does he expect to stand up to trump who has been vigorously pro-life president to this point? >> joe biden is puppet boy. someone is pulling his strings. it's pathetic. he has no conviction, no principles and no message. who is pulling the strings? as you noted alyssa milano, hollywood actress and junior level staffers that reportedly convince joe biden to reject whatever principles he has left. they are gone. out the window. this is puppet boy. it's incredible. 72 hours ago i was over on cnn and that first clip you played was really important. that was cedric richman, his national cochair who just before i came on went on about joe biden and he is arilious man and he has convictions so he supports the hyde amendment. in 72 hours where did his faith, conviction and principles go?
out the window. the radical left because of the hollywood and the junior level standard demanded it. reject puppet boy and embrace principle and vote for trump. that is what i'm here to say. >> this is not a flip-flop on a tax raid. joe biden suggested 50% tax rate and now he is at 55%. people evolve on stuff like that all the time. you said, joe biden own words he's catholic. i'm not putting words in his mouth. overnight all of a sullen federally funded taxpayers funded abortions? he flips overnight? that says to me this is a spineless politician. >> remember, for all eight years of the obama presidency, he also supported the hyde amendment. this is something he is doing to get the last line on the resume, right? to get the big job. he is convinced he can't say, which is approved by 60% plus of the american people, that we shouldn't use your money, dan bongino, and your money, kayleigh mcenany, to i pa
fo --pay for abortions. they give exceptions. if it's incres incest and rape d life of the mother you can get the exception. so this is a modest thing to be for. simply take everyone, taxpayers money and hold it harmless on the serious moral questions. even that, even that modest careful step, tiny step toward life joe biden and the democrats can't be for because they have become radicalized. this is not the grandfather's democratic party. >> dan: thank you. i appreciate your insights on this. thank you. are we seeing an end to border crisis thanks to president trump? congressman andy biggs and tammy bruce will be here to react to the latest breaking guys, get in here!
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>> dan: welcome back to this special edition of "hannity." breaking tonight, president trump just announced on twiter that the united states reached a signed agreement with mexico. the tariffs that were scheduled to be implemented on monday were suspended indefinitely. in exchange for mexico taking strong measures to stem the tide of migration through mexico. mexico had already begun taking action earlier this week. the mexican military police and the immigration agents blocked the advance of 1,000 central american migrants. according to reports, the government proposed to send 6,000 national guard troops to the southern border with guatemala. joining us for reaction, fox news contributor tammy bruce and arizona congressman andy biggs. tammy, you first. we know the media can't stand this president. is there any way to frame this other than a big win for the trump administration? >> obviously, it is. what a concept. that mexico would take control of their southern border. they have done so in the past. we know they can. it's strange that they just weren't.
144,000 people we captured. who knows how many got through beyond that in the month of may. it's an obscene number of people. not just people from south and central america. from congo, from algeria, from angola, et cetera, from africa. all around the world. bottom line is it is undeniable now as we know this is not just -- this is a humanitarian crisis by also it is a health crisis with everything else that is goin on, with infectious diseases. i have a column at foxnews.com addressing that as well. these are remarkable events. the president's approach worldwide on tariffs, this is another example of his strength with the economy and using it for the benefit of the united states. not just with the economy but for our national security. it has not happened before. no other president has done it. >> dan: right. >> or maybe tried and not done it properly. this president has not only does it not matter that the democrats won't admit it. we understand how great the
president is. history will prove him to be one of the greatest presidents. mention one other thing. independent women's voice of which i'm president has a petition for the president and the c.d.c. regarding the health crisis. learn more at iwv.org that is facilitating in part at the border and the crisis. >> dan: got you. congressman biggs, the media has 100% success record of failure. they succeed at failing 100% of the time. when criticizing donald trump. it's amazing the success record is unparalleled there. one thing they knock him on frequently is the unpredictability. i don't know. do you agree with me here. i don't want to put words in your mouth. but the unpredictability is a huge asset. every other president republican and democrat are predictable on the immigration crisis at the border you kno. you know what they do predictably? zero. president trump got a win. your thoughts on that? >> you are right.
the unpredictability. i don't like to think of it as unpredictability but i think of it as strategic chaos. one thing that is predictable and we saw it here. if he says he will do something, he will do something. so the democrats are all over him this week after he comes back from europe saying the rest of the world doesn't have respect for donald trump and the united states. go tell that to mexico. go tell that to china. both are reacting to strong president trump policies that really have driven this. and i hope ultimately will solve this border crisis through his policies of toughness. that is really what we haven't had in a long time. he is keeping the promises. it's up to congress to catch back up and keep our promises as well. i think it may be unpredictable to some. but he has been a disruptor. when you keep your promises, if he says something you may not expect it but you can expect he will do it. >> it's unpredictable because it smashes the status quo. it moves us forward.
it le emanates the dynamic of what the system is expecting, the same dynamic, the global world and the new world. >> dan: let me ask you this. you said something and i'm dying to get your take on this. is this a remnant of the fact that trump is not a swamp creature? he has not grown up in the ways of washington to learn to be helpless, to learn to capitulate. is that why he says why can't we impose tariffs? "because we have never done it before." has anyone tried it? "no." is this trump being trump? i won't do it the old way. it didn't work. >> the economy. the remarkable renaissance of the economy. the expectation he knows what he is doing that it will continue so it allows you to take additional steps. but of course, his approach is the approach for the american and the mexican citizen. the citizen of the world who wants a world that we get rid of terrorism, deal with the international scourges of the infectious diseases moving around. the chaos that europe is seeing. the world is seeing this. the citizen is seeing a
citizen representative embodied by donald trump. obvious yoobvious you say "unpredictable" because he is successful. the success for the swamp is something they haven't seen before it. welcome to it. bring it on. there will be more. six years more but there is more to do. exciting time. >> dan: congressman, quick word from you. are we going to see the economic rebound now from this? this is going to be, this is big news. i know the stock market got jittery about it. >> yeah. we will see a rebound. the jittery was fake. this is real. i think we will be strong and the economy will continue on an upward swing. >> thank you. when we come back, you won't believe what the ladies of "the view" said on the "hannity" special: "justice in america."
america. the villain of the day is one of the most vocal haters. joy behar somehow thinks she is a centrist. take a look. >> i'm a little confused when they say they're too far to the left. because in my day we had cleaner air, we had -- i went to state schools that were virtually free. we don't have that anymore? they don't do that anymore, huh? there was that. we all had health insurance when i was a kid. the doctors didn't charge much at that time. so are those the lefty positions? what is it that they say is so progressive? >> you are part of the left. for you it's probably -- it is hard for you -- >> that's all the time we have left for this evening. thanks again for watching. i really appreciate it. if you want to hear more, check out my pad cast called the dan
bongino show. you can find that wherever you get your podcast as always. thanks a lot for being with us. sean will be back here on monday. have a really great weekend. thank you. ilililililililililili. in the meantime, here comes "the five." ♪ >> juan: hello, everyone, i'm juan williams, it's 5:00 in new york city, this is "the five" ." ♪ the gloves are coming off, president trump lashing out in his on ongoing feud with nancy pelosi, the house speaker reportedly told leading democrats, she doesn't want trump impeached, she wants to see him in prison. >> she has a disaster, let her do what she wants. i think they are in big trouble, when