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week two. let's say, 6800, mark levin, number one, five weeks in a row, the number one book on "the new york times" list, hundreds of thousands of books. laura ingraham is next. ♪ >> laura: i'm laura ingraham and we are full up here at the "the angle" tonight, a lot to get here tonight because in moments, the best of president trump's unbelievable speech to the faith and freedom coalition that i know you misser doing something else but we watched it, i think it was one of the best speeches he has ever given. i said that as i was watching it earlier, ralph reed will be here and he will tell us why this speech is setting the stage for evangelicals ahead of 2020. also tonight, jodi is here and congressman jim jordan.
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does obama's former ambassador to the u.n., have a new issue of anti-trump bias? plus, the administration was mocked for claiming middle eastern terrorists might try to exploit the southern border. tonight, those critics will be exposed as wrong again and we have the details that prove that we were right. and raymond arroyo is here on the pathetic attempt by hollywood actors to dramatize the mueller report, and how a pair of a list-e ares are defining the same tinseltown partisan. but first, president trump's rousing speech shows what will likely see from the president on the campaign trail. i want to give you a little background, they made up about a fourth of the 2016 electorate, a little bit more, and of those, nearly 80% cast their vote for
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president trump. so he just reveled in the show today, and ralph reed, who runs a faith and freedom, is committed to driving the number of evangelical voters in 2020 way up. so president trump's mission today was to remind folks why they voted for him in the first place, and why they should be proud to do so again. >> we are fighting for all americans and we are embracing the faith community. when i ask for your support in 2016, americans of faith were under assault. but the shameful attempt to suppress religious believers ended the day i took the oath of office. all of religions were allowed to speak again, were allowed to talk without having to lose your tax exemption, your tax status, from being punished. >> laura: religious leaders want to feel like they can speak out without fear of retribution in the workplace or anywhere in
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this country. but there is something else also emerging here. this is a president at such eas ease. he seems like, people say in the zone or whatever, but i think he felt really authentic, he is saying what he believes on this it will issue, hollywood elites be damned. he reminded that no pro-life candidate can match his positions or advocacy. >> we are proudly defending the sanctity of life. unfortunately, democrat politicians have become increasingly hostile to pro-life americans who want to help more children find a loving home and share their dreams with the world. every child, born and unborn, is made in the holy image of god, and that is why i have asked congress to prohibit the late-term abortion of babies.
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[applause] and they will do that. >> laura: while the democrats are endlessly flipping and the winds of liberalism, adjusting their positions when they have to, trump is unwavering, particularly on that issue of life. but how do you actually protect the constitutional rights of all american? the president offered this answer. >> democrats are determined to pack the courts with radical left judges who impose their own far left abuse on the american people. that is why i will soon appoint my 145th judge and we have two new supreme court justices, neil gorsuch and brett kavanaug brett kavanaugh. >> laura: by the way, we cut the applause there but it went on and on. at the courts and the judges, huge, huge plus for trump coming up in 2020. given this current news cycle,
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it's important to draw policy distinctions for the other party as well. while some large religious groups are actively subverting immigration law, many faith-based voters want illegal immigrants to play by the rules. >> democrats are solely responsible for the humanitarian crisis because they refuse every single effort to shut off the magnets of child smuggling. hard to believe. as long as coyotes believe they can use children to evade our laws, children will continue to be endangered. >> laura: it you bet that's right. they're the ones endangering the families and the children. finally the president reminded voters that the fight isn't over and that he is staying in the struggle. >> every day of my presidency, we fight on behalf of hardworking citizens who pay their taxes, follow our laws, raise our children, protect our
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communities, and making this the greatest nation ever to exist on the face of the earth. today, i honestly believe it is greater than it has ever been before and america will forever remain one proud nation under god, together with the love, praise, and a version of everyone in this room, and the millions and millions of patriots all across our land. god bless you, god bless america. thank you very much. thank you. >> laura: joining me now, ralph reed, chairman of the faith and freedom coalition. ralph, i caught the end and i had to go back and watch the beginning because i was doing my podcast, but this seemed like a president to me and i watched pretty much every speech, who is so at ease with who he is now and where he is now in his presidency, knowing he has a lot of work to do, is not the way the crowd there took it? >> very much so. this was his sixth appearance at a faith and freedom road to
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policy conference and he has been there twice as a private citizen, twice as a presidential candidate, this was his second appearance as president and i have to tell you this will be my 11th presidential campaign. i've seen a lot of candidates. i know, it's scary. but he was so at ease, it was a friendly audience obviously. but the thing that i, as a political actor that i was impressed by his he didn't try to be something he wasn't. he spoke for an hour and 20 minutes, he never gave a scripture verse, he talked about his heart, shared his values, he didn't try to be somebody he wasn't, he talked about shared values, policy, and most importantly, he said i will fight for you. i have your back when it comes to the people who want to marginalize you, silence you, drive you out of the civic square and back into the stained
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glass ghetto where they kept you before, i will fight for you, and that is music to the ears not only of tens of millions of evangelical voters, but frankly, many pro-life voters, who after joe biden flip-flopped on the hyde amendment last week, very depressing for them. i think it was a great speech, and he deserves an enormous amount of credit for being laser focused on this vote. >> laura: one moment that i loved is when he said hillary uses the deplorables, but he also said, we don't of the sound bite but he said, she also said you were irredeemable. i thought that was kind of worse. it's like those moments! he read the speech, it's good, but those moments of humor, i was watching it with my producer and we were screaming, it was so funny. that is the trump on the campaign trail that none of those democrats, all 20 of them,
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not one can match that. that is trump, that is who he is. i love that. he redeemable, ralph. >> he is a performer. it reminds me, remember when reagan gave the exit interview to david brinkley and he said, have you ever sat behind the desk and thought, how can i do this? i'm an actor? and reagan said, i thought only an actor could do this job. he is a performer, but he is also authentic. it's not an act in a sense that it is not who he is, because the other thing he said when he talked about that, he goes, you know, this is a pretty tough business. he goes, think about it, and politics, you say one wrong word to your is destroyed. >> laura: it's the same thing on tv, you say one thing at a context, clip it, throw it, send it beer but those little moments, of all things, i love those moments because it humanizes him in a way, sometimes the way the regular scripted speech as we kind of lose it.
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but unbelievable. not all are happy about this. some of the left-wing commentators adjust the writing trump. how can this guy be appealing to evangelicals? watch. >> everything they grew up reading in the gospels now does apply to their life since a guy like donald trump got into office into office. >> i can't believe evangelicals are calling a guy like donald trump the most biblical president ever. >> the hypocrisy is unbelievable. here is somebody who not only acts in a way that is not consistent with anything that i hear in scripture and church, but personally how you are supposed to conduct yourself. >> you know, look, i think the reality is that when donald trump ran for president, a lot of evangelicals weren't sure they could before him. but when he released a list of supreme court justices and said pick from it, when he said he would be a pro-life president, when he said he would stand with israel, and he set for 25 years,
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presidents of both parties came to you and said they would move the embassy to jerusalem and all of them didn't do it. some of them had good reasons not to do it. i did it. i take my campaign promises seriously. >> laura: but they said his personal foibles should discount him, that he should never be discounted. how dare you like donald trump, you are a fraud! ralph and everybody else. >> yeah, i guess the argument goes that because our previous point in your life you've come up short, you've had a moral failing or you came sure of a mark that you set for yourself, you are what? disqualified from ever serving for the rest of your life? i don't remember that in the -- >> laura: isn't redemption the whole part of the bible? is not the whole point of the bible? >> they have become everything that they've accused us of being for decades, they are the ones
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who are condemning and judgmental. we are the ones who are forgiving and believing in redemption. >> laura: fantastic, thank you for coming here. we repeatedly highlighted on a "the ingraham angle" the 2028 democratic the ante as we knew they would on radical abortion stance. now, the march for life action is an arm of the organization in washington, a six-figure ad and they bought it to air on our competitors network to highlight just how out of touch these candidates are. here is a sneak peak. >> america has consensus, we agree. >> abortion should have real legal limits appear to real legal limits. >> 6 out of 10 pro-choice americans believe it should have been only the first three months
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of pregnancy. >> but it is not law. >> why? >> many want legal abortions right up until birth. >> only 1 out of 10 americans support this extreme position. >> it is time for politicians to stop working for the pro-abortion lobby and join the national consensus. >> laura: joining me now, jamie mancini, president of the march for life. what is the public reaction to that? republicans are notoriously bad storytellers, as a pro-life person, that is an amazing story. visually very appealing. >> it is, why? because it is reflective of the hearts and minds of a majority of americans. it resonates with people, people love that ad. >> the women who took part in the ad, were they paid? were they paid a lot of money? >> my mom, a woman who works in our office with me, a young
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woman at a shelter done in fredericksburg? no actors, just friends. >> laura: the democratic positions on abortion are shocking. it is no longer about safe, single, rare, it is now you have to pay for it. here are some of the greatest hits. bernie sanders has endorsed unrestricted abortion up until birth. cory booker wants to create a whole office of expansion of abortion access. elizabeth warren celebrated her birthday at planned parenthood -- wouldn't you love that cake? kirsten gillibrand in favor of protecting abortion rights, including reducing limits on and expanding access to abortion. this is all too long. the list goes on and on. even former vice president joe biden has flip-flopped on abortion. that's just a thumbnail sketch of where these people are on abortion. it did you ever think in your lifetime that the party of jfk and rfk would become the party
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of infanticide and abortion on demand? >> that is such a good point. the social justice party, social justice begins in the womb. abortion is the human rights issue of today. it's really, really sad how they basically have reconciled this with the conscious. it doesn't make any sense. >> laura: women today get a lot of messages from hollywood that is a choice, men want to control you, this is the patriarchy, don't give into the patriarchy, and the pro-life movement is stereotyped, especially among the elites in academia, hollywood, global elites, global institutions, backward troglodyte, the stupid gals with the red robes, the show i've never seen, what is the show? i can't think of it. that's it. they use that image to put you
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in a box. >> and they are wrong. we are talking about ten years at strong of polling here. at the large majority of americans have a consensus. americans would limit abortion at most the first three months of pregnancy which is not the law of the land and it's certainly not what any democratic candidate is standing for on their platform. >> laura: is there any hope for the democratic party on this position? >> if they want to win the election they have to become more centrist. i thought we was hope with joe biden, who came to the march for life many years ago and it was a very sad moment when he flip-flopped a few weeks ago. so where does he stand on this? nobody knows. >> laura: where was he? >> i think in the early '80s. >> laura: at wow, that is a fact i didn't even know. thanks so much and fantastic ad. i still played on a lot of different platforms today for the first time. thumbs up on that. it's been called the hearing of the century by some reporters on the hill, but are democrats wasting their time customer congressman jim jordan is next.
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♪ >> the democrats want a do over. we spent a long time working with mueller. i gave him all the witnesses he wanted, i gave him lawyers, i
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gave him people. i guess he interviewed 500 people. 2,500 subpoenas. they had everything they could possibly have. now it continues further? this is just a hoax. >> laura: president trump sounding off before heading off to japan today on the news that broke here last night. robert mueller will testify in open session before a congressional committee on july 17th. before the special counsel says he will only stick to what is in the report, the democrats have other ideas. here is adam schiff. >> is he going to go beyond the four corners of his report? >> that is certainly what we are going to ask of him. we are going to be asking questions of what goes into the report, but we are going to be asking questions outside the report. there is no law against bob mueller talking about other avenues with the investigation that they pursued or didn't pursue. >> laura: house judiciary chair member jim jordan, i still
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think you are the chair. >> i would love that. >> laura: congressman, what is really going on here? >> this is part of their impeachment proceedings, they just won't call it that. bob mueller is coming, we all have questions for him. the one lesson we all have is when did you first learned there was no collusion, no conspiracy? if you learned it early, why didn't you tell us that? that was your special charge ass a special counsel. we asked jim comey about any collusion or coordination and he said after ten months, before and after he got fired, but the time they started this in the summer of '16 until the day he was fired, may 9th 2017, he said the fbi found zero collusion. how long does it take bob mueller to figure this out? and when they do, why didn't they tell us? that is one question i think everybody in this question has. >> laura: "the washington post" today, house democrats expressing fear that the mueller testimony would disappoint.
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privately, they say they are fearful that it wouldn't live up to the hype. if they didn't meet expectations, they might look inapt. >> nadler the mumble or will be questioning mueller the cadaver, and what we have here is the first question that should be asked by the republicans is, when you fired them, why did you not preserve their phones and text messages? why did you allow their phones to be erased? why did you allow an obstruction of justice? in the next question would be, how much of the report did mr. wiseman right? >> laura: president trump brought this up this morning and it was called a conspiracy theory, they were deriding him for that comment. >> i think joe is right. remember, peter strzok was the key guy, the lead agent on the
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clinton investigation, the trump-russia investigation, get kicked off the mueller team, what actually happened when they found these text messages, i think that is an important line of questioning that we are all going to have when mr. muller comes. >> laura: mueller said that that was it. he said the report would stand on its own after 9 minutes of meaningless goofiness in that press statement he gave a few months ago but that was it, that was the testimony. >> when the cadaver starts to answer questions, he's going to answer questions he can't answer. >> laura: because he is out to get trump? >> because from the beginning, this has rosenstein and mueller put this together as an impeachment inquiry. it was never intended to be a criminal investigation. that is why when rosenstein appointed mueller, there was no crime mentioned in the original appointment. this was a get trump thing,
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rosenstein succeeded, he got what he wanted, he got a crippling report to attack at the president. by the way, the support is sophomoric, adolescent, the legal analysis is a juvenile. >> laura: what legal analysis? >> it's pathetic but the cadaver is going to answer more questions than he should. >> another line of questions is you've got to talk about the dossier and why he did look into that. this forms so much of taking one party's opposition to get a warrant and you didn't look into that? to me, those of the big three. when did you find out there was no collusion, and why didn't you tell us when you do? what happened to peter strzok and lisa page, who were on your team, particularly peter strzok, who was on one of the biggest cases in our time, and the third line of questioning you have to get into is the dossier. >> laura: i'm just trying to imagine him sitting across the table from you -- first of all, he's very boring. i'm sorry, his delivery is a deadly boring.
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what is he going to say? he's going to say, well -- >> you're right. >> laura: the prosecutorial process is just not appropriate. i have a feeling that is what he's going to say. don't you question why he's not going to get into this, i don't think. >> he certainly shouldn't but he is no longer a departmental employee. remember, wiseman is no longer a departmental employee. he did not go back because he was told you are going to be the subject of major investigations of your conduct. columbia summer. >> laura: the ig came out in "the post" and i will not be out before the testimony of mueller, so we know for fact it is not going to be out. speak at that is why that happened. he was withholding information. >> laura: samantha power might have gotten herself in a similar situation that strzok found himself in. a report showing he she was usg
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her employee email to trash trump. i'm discouraged and frightened. a morally repugnant bully? november 14th, 2016 email to power from a center whose name the state defender redacted for privacy reasons. well, does not have any relevance here? >> it sure does. probably devin nunes knows more about this than probably anyone else in congress. devon will get a chance to question mr. mueller. i think the irony is that the same day we learned about this is the same day there is a hearing going after kellyanne conway for allegedly violating the hatch act. the left comes after her when you've got these type of statements from the obama administration, but the left goes after kellyanne conway, not just because she is conservative, because she does her job well. >> laura: nice across a great comparison. >> that is what i saw.
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>> it is all about animus. mccabe, animus. comey, animus towards the president. when this is deconstructed, it is all about animus. for him to say in the first report that there was no bias in any decision-making, it is crap. total crap. >> laura: this is why people tune into the show every night. we always unmask the truth. speaking of the mueller report, how pathetic was the dramatic read of the mueller report in new york at the other night? raymond arroyo is here to break it all down a moment of the seen and unseen, and a pair of aa-list-e rs who are ignoring how they would go about a georgia boycott.
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♪ >> laura: it's time for our seen and unseen segment where we expose the big cultural stories of the day.
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the mueller dramatization 2.0. a pair of a-listers define hollywood and schools are desperate to change their names. fox news contributor raymond arroyo, what is going on here? a star-studded dramatic reading, i'm thinking shakespeare? some beautiful words were the work eats? no peer to speak of this is not a first. they were reading the mueller report. house democrats tried to do this several months ago, but they try to raise the profile by doing their own. and now an cast dramatized the mueller report, jason alexander was chris christie, mark hamill and others and joined the act play, here is a bit of a sample. >> what the hell is this all about? i need loyalty. now that we fired flynn, the
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russian thing is over. >> no way! this russia thing is far from over. we will be here on valentine's day 2018 talking about this. >> what do you mean? flynn met with the russians, that was the problem. i fired him, it's over! 's because he also told the president he would never be able to get rid of flynn like gum at the bottom of your shoe. he responded, -- >> it was not necessary to elaborate. >> robert mueller did his job. if the question is, will we do ours? speak of the question is committed alyssa do hers? alyssa milano is not exactly going to get a tony out of this thing. >> laura: all i can say is, who is the boss? >> chewing the scenery like he is in the third act of "king lear." i am a loyal!
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loyal! there's only one more thing left for this routine, they've done a dramatized reading, they've done a congressional reading. the only thing left is a musical. "my fair special counselor." "a mueller on the roof." and he is a singer so maybe he can do it all. hollywood's political activism it reared its head a few weeks ago after georgia passed a heartbeat bill that limited abortions in the state. alyssa milano and others who boycotted, which gives hollywood millions to fill in the state. for now iconic director and actor clint eastwood is ignoring the boycott, announcing that he will film his next movie in atlanta, which is where it was set. and he is not the only a-lister shooting in georgia. this is tyler perry at the bet awards, who has his own studio in atlanta. >> everybody was fighting for a
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seat at the table, i say, you go ahead and do that but why you are fighting for a seat at the table, i will be down in atlanta building my own. [applause] because what i know for sure is that if i could just build this table, prepare it for me in the presence of my enemies. >> two mavericks, two men who go their own way and they have something that a lot of these other individuals that don't have, and audience. an audience. i like that they are going their own way and defying the group thing. >> laura: it is a really tiring. >> we will see, they'll be back. schools across the country named after robert e. lee are changing their names to disassociate themselves from the confederate general. there were about a hundred public schools named after the general. your thoughts on this? whitewashing the school's? >> laura: schools can do whatever they want. if they want to rename their schools, snoop dogg middle school, that's okay.
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okay, let's take lessons. >> isaac, respect the complexity and failings of individuals and teach people who these people are, i bet 90% of people don't know, arlington cemetery, noticed their property. that is important. but now there is a trend, in an effort to save money, these schools are looking for someone, anyone with the last name lee. property lee high school in north texas is now the legacy of educational excellence. lte. i thought you would provide them a few options. how about the bruce lee high school for excelling karate kids. >> laura: i love him. maybe stan lee, the great comic innovator. or sara lee, sweet and lovable and always available. >> laura: what one person can live up to this standard?
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>> nobody. we read about lillian again, the great actress. 75 year career, they are stripping her name off of a theater in bowling green over the charges of james earl jones -- >> laura: appropriation. to speak of the protest, helen mirren, many others who thought this was so unfair. the woman appeared in one movie "of the birth of a nation," the people didn't like it and they've taken her name off to condemn a person. >> laura: democratic heroes are now going down. harvey weinstein went down, one of their heroes, other people going down, one by one people are going to be picked off, who lives up to the standard? >> laura: or animatedly, i don't know. >> christopher lee. >> laura: thanks so much, this administration has been marked for same terrorists could use the southern border.
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♪ >> terrorists can get into our country a lot of ways. one ways across our southern border. >> 16 terrorists planning to travel are actually traveling to the united states each day, known as suspected terrorists. that means they are coming through legal land ports. >> terrorist organizations
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infiltrating with migrant groups is a very real threat to our country and the easiest way to get in would be through the southern border. >> laura: despite numerous warnings from the administration just like the ones you heard, critics were quick to dismiss those concerns. nothing but scare tactics. >> baseless claims that were made by the administration on illegal immigration. >> conservative americans like my mom and dad are being lied to by journalists, by the white house when they are told things like 4,000 terrorists are pouring in! >> what kind of girl talk masher above the fear about the border in the fear of terrorism. >> laura: they should come as no surprise that the same media voices went silent when it was reported that four suspected isis members were arrested in nicaragua and possibly headed for the u.s. the arrests came after u.s. officials sent an alert to mexico identifying three of the suspects. two from egypt and another from
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a rack. a moment, we will take you through the route, but first, tom, is this an outlier? nothing to see here? >> i've been saying for months on this network that is humanitarian crisis is national security crisis because 46% of border patrol agents are not on the line, they are taking advantage of these areas that aren't guarded to move bad people and drugs. i set a couple months ago, if i am a terrorist he wants to come and he was harm, it hard to get a plane ticket and a visa, you're going to come of this country the same way 12 to 20 million others did, especially now. >> laura: what happened to the rate committee partitions were going to happen? where did that go? what all happened to that? >> at least it happened, the old administration. >> laura: take us through that because a lot of people don't
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realize the obama administration did nationwide sweeps of people who -- what? >> we did operation border garden, we look for families that came in the country legally, were ordered removed by a judge, we need to execute the final order. i did under johnson, it almost immediately had an impact on the southern border. >> laura: deterrence in terms of there will be consequences for defying a court order. >> absolutely, so they keep coming in. we've got to enforce the rule of law. a due process, ordered removed by a federal judge, we need to remove them. >> laura: everyone is afraid of the emotional argument. afraid to separate moms and kid kids, schools. >> we are going to arrest them together and remove them together. look, you can't come to this country and demanded due process because you don't like the decision, let it go.
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if that is the message you want to send, that is the message you want to send, we will spend billions of dollars on due process and if you don't like the decision, you can stay. >> laura: there is no rule of law. people have to understand that. there is no rule of law at all. >> you might as well just open the border. >> laura: castor is saying decriminalize all border crossings. what will that do? you think the numbers are big now? >> kirsten gillibrand says don't detain anybody. people don't understand the 90% of removal orders -- the only people we can guarantee are those we detain them. >> laura: they don't respect the rule of law, don't respect court orders, don't show up for their hearings by them want to cry when the agent's send them home. that's a nice deal. i wanted to take you through the audience, the exact route to the terrorists we referenced supposedly took. the men are believed to have entered through panama from their respective countries in may. three of the men crossed through to costa rica on june 9th with
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the other arriving on june 14th. the alert then laid out that they wanted to continue that track into mexico and possibly to our border. what makes panama the best initial landing spot for them? >> first of all, we have a really good operation in panama. they are identifying many suspected terrorists, panama is working very closely with us and we have stopped a lot of people coming in north of panama. panama is a natural checkpoint, it's a perfect place to have do their special operations, but a lot of terrorists enter through brazil and other countries down there because the immigration laws are so lax. i applaud i.c.e. agents for having such a big footprint in panama. what people don't know, let's not talk about this tree, let's talk about the hundreds in panama and panama is helping
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returned them, so it's a great program. i say, applaud i.c.e. for that. >> laura: mexico has never cooperated with us to the extent they are now. it took the threat of tariffs that everyone moksha trump four. suddenly they are like, what can we do to help? >> never is happened a lot of people came out against the president, i worked for eight president and respected everyone of them, he has done more to try to secure the border than any other president has and he has been successful. >> laura: when we come back, 2020 poster gives us a look at the latest numbers. they may be bad news for the democrats. stay there.
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♪ >> laura: "the ingraham angle" exclusive tonight, trump 2020 poster joins us with brand-new numbers showing us the president has some work to do. the job approval is at 47%, consistent with last month, president obama had about 46% approval at the same time, so what does this mean for trump? >> none of the registered voters, this is media bias. likely voters 2020. george w. bush got reelected
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with 51% when he had a 51% job approval. same with obama. donald trump is only four-point software he needs to go. he needs to get a further 50% and hold it. that is why democrats will give him a single victory on everything. >> laura: what about your poll that said 43% of voters see the country heading in the right direction. wrong track, right track. it flipped badly against the democrats back in 2016. remember? >> donald trump ran to get the country back in the right direction. now it's up to 43%. also, they say the economy is getting better. 53% to 37%. is it the economic optimism that is driving this. >> laura: the thing about this, ohio, we talked about this during the break, their unemployment numbers are the best they have been in 18 years. ohio, ohio, ohio! >> donald trump is doing what he promised when he ran for
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election in 2016. he redid the tracking and ohio, and the president went there and told him this policy, now he is creating manufacturing jobs. the voters see him as working. the president is doing exactly what he promised. >> laura: women voters, republicans, bullard floating nikki haley as the vice -- i'm like, no. i love nikki haley, by jettisoning a vice president, people are getting desperate on the female vote. trump laughed at that. he said i always hear the thing with the women voters, i'm going to get a great percentage. he was really good on that. but is that optimism a well-founded? because they are moving up. he is doing better with men than women right now. but the women voters are doing well with them because they see that people in their family can get jobs, they can get pay raises for the first time in years.
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that's coming, but by the way, republicans are solid and what is moving up as independent voters. >> laura: college-educated women. >> but the other part is it's really bad if you are not a republican. if you are an independent, that can get you. a democrat women are still opposed to us. >> laura: anymore leaked pulling information? >> no, this poll we published on our website, we publish it every month and you can see the president is doing well, much better than these media polls. >> laura: his number should be 55% with this economy. they've got to get up. come on. at the best economy in my life. out of time but hold that thought, we will be right back for the last bite.
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>> laura: who knew that attorney general bill barr plaintive bagpipes? it's wild. check out my podcast. shannon bream and the "fox news @ night" team take it from here. >> shannon: hello and welcome to "fox news @ night." i'm shannon bream tonight in miami. ten candidates on stage, five moderators asking questions, two hours of progressive ideas including a call right out of the gate for structural change our government and our economy. we are live with extended coverage of the first 2020 democratic primary debate. we have fox news team coverage. we start with peter doocy for the highlights of the evening. good evening, peter. >> good evening, shannon. democrats laid out a lot of detailed complaints about the health care system in the highest polling person on the stage reiterated her support for a plan that would get rid of pr


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