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lou: that's it for us tonight. we thank you for being with us. john solomon, mark meadows among our guests. have a great weekend. good night from the swamp. washington, d.c. trish: the truth is coming out. new information suggesting the deep state, an fbi lawyer is under criminal investigation for allegedly illegally altering a key document used to obtain a warrant to spy on the trump campaign. good evening. i'm trish regan. fairness matters. transparency matters. authenticity matters and the truth matters. this is the united states of america. and yet as details leak out about the upcoming release of the horowitz report, we are learning the fbi allegedly tampered with and altered the
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fed's fisa application. a criminal charge is coming. think about what they did to carter page. >> they got a fraudulent warrant, i believe, to spy on myself as a way of getting into the trump campaign in has been a continued cover-up to this very day. we still don't have the truth but hopefully we'll get that soon. >> if they could do that to him, they could do it to the trump campaign. they could do it to anyone, any politician. as americans we can't allow that. we must know who was behind this within the deep state. who was tampering with the integrity of our system as well as who, what, when, where, why and how russia attempted to manipulate and divide us, something adam schiff, nancy pelosi and the mainstream media have been entirely complicit in.
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as i have said, they effectively have done putin's dirty work for them. don't forget the dubious money trail. it all originated with the so-called dirty dossier. clinton's campaign commissioned the opposition research from a foreign source who was out there calling his foreign sources in russia ex-kgb buddies for a school on donald trump. talk about an amazing opportunity to feed the americans a whole bunch of you know what. putin got word of it. they fed as much misinformation to christopher steele as they could, and that's what fiona hill tried to tell adam schiff. he totally failed to address it in his giant schiff show. i want to share with you some of
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her closed door testimony. she told lawmakers she was quote shocked to learn christopher steele waltz author of the dossier. she said he was vulnerable to russian disinformation because he was constantly trying to drum up business. she also stated that the russians might have fed steele all kinds of misinformation to put a cloud over a trump presidency as payback for all the spying christopher steele had done on russia over the years. clinton's team hired the ex-spy to dig up dirt. the russians gets winds of it. feed that ex-spy a whole bunch of lies. the children continues take it to the fbi, they take it to comey and they move forward with a spy campaign of their very own designed to entrap donald trump.
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now we have learned they are allegedly altered documents, the fbi, altered documents to secure a highly secretive fisa warrants to spy on americans. can this get any more messed up? the stlecht promoted wild conspiracy theories. and then they even he spend 2 1/2 years, $32 million of our taxpayer money investigating it. can you imagine:we spent that kind of time and money investigating president trump's place of birth? the democrats think trump is in russia's pocket. my russian sources told me they might have hoped they had a good relationship with donald trump. but don't forget with the obama-bind-hoik team in office,
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russia invaded ukraine, fan crimea and shot an airliner out of the sky and killed hundreds. the russians had it pretty good back then. unfortunately the bottom line right now is our enemies have succeeded in making civility in america more challenging than ever before while simultaneously sowing seeds of doubt into our psyche. how can we trust a system that will lie, cheat or steal to hurt an opposing party. the obama administration will have committed crimes on par with if not worse than watergate. no wonder president trump wants a trial in the senate, despite everything he's been through web's clinging to the notion of justice. he believes fairness will prevail and the only way to clear his name is to put it all out there and let the american
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people decide. because that is the american way. joining me right now with reaction, former fbi special agent, john iaanarelli. did the democrats play into putins' hands? they were feeding christopher steele all kind of garbage to feed this lack of legitimacy to the administration. >> it's been that way for years and it's foolishly bern ignored by the opposition from years ago and we are dealing with that problem again today. they will wants to continue to interfere with our operations and hurt the united states.
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trish: we are learning there was an fbi lawyer, according to the "new york times," his name was kevin klein smith. he was a low-level fbi lawyer who clearly had no love for donald trump. we have a text we can share with you that the "new york times" discovered. talking about viva resistance. he talked about how the crazies have won. he said pence is stupid. he was fired by robert muler because of his biases. but he's the guy who allegedly was out there altering documents. a lawyer who ought to know better, for goodness sake. >> fbi agents are all mortified by this action. this speaks to the opposite of what the fbi stands for.
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this an attorney in the national security division of the fine's general counsel. he's work on some of the most sensitive matters. he took the oath of office every fbi agent had to take. trish: that's how the "new york times" describes him. low-level. he took the same oath. a low-level employee is somebody cleaning out my office at night. this is somebody with significant responsibility and that information was passed on to others higher up who made decisions that affect the way the fbi does business. thank god it's not typical of what we have seen of the men and women who serve. trish: they got a fisa warrant based on nonsense the russians were feeding to this spy.
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how bad were these guys -- how biased were thre they at their job? journalism 101. you triple check everything. these guys didn't bother to check any of that intel. >> the problem with this individual, his actions, clearly criminal. you will be looking at indictments coming out. i feel this person will be paying the ultimate price for this. losing his job is the least of his problems. >> we need to know what happened. we need to know as americans. i'm sorry if it will put some people in the fbi in a bad light. but so be it. they did some bad things. >> the people in the fbi who served this country proudly want to call out people like this who are not doing their jobs. these people need to be identified and removed. >> next, the former reagan attorney general is calling out
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presidenpresident obama. saying this could be obama's watergate. >> the obama administration and the spying on the campaign is much more like what happened in watergate. trish: former u.s. attorney guy lewis agrees. far left democrat elizabeth warren is saying she may use your taxpayer money to take down trump's border wall. >> would you ask taxpayers to pay to take down any part of the wall on the southern border. >> if there are parts of the wall that are not useful in our defense of course we should do it. trish: mexico release its annual murder rate. nearly 100 killed per day. tonight a guest who says warren is putting american lives in danger. the president is respond together media's misreporting
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his medical exam. it doesn't make sense -- >> i think he's someone who has neurological issues. trish: hear president trump's full reaction to all of this. >> i'm hearing rumors i'm in the hospital. then i am hearing rumors i have chest pains. then i heard rumors i had a massive heart attack. here's to the straggly ones.
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>> the obama administration and the spying on the campaign is much more like what happened in watergate where there was actually improper violations of the law. >> that was the attorney general under president ronald reagan telling the "daily caller" this fisa abuse scandal in which the fbi allegedly altered documents when securing a warrant to spy on the trump campaign, that's new tonight, could turn out to be obama's watergate. we know the obama administration had a history of spying on innocent people including a former reporter for fox. this very organization. so did they in fact illegally spy on the trump campaign? if so, how many people knew about it, and was president
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obama himself aware? joining me is former attorney guy lewis. what do you think? how far up the food chain would something like this go? you have the attorney for the fbi falsifying altering documents. he's going to be criminally charged as a result of that behavior. but did president trump know, i wonder? >> i tell you this. this is a huge, huge deal in terms of the fbi and whether or not -- it's not just the fisa warrant. trish, let's take a step back. this is a lawyer who advised agents routinely, reviewed fbi sensitive documents. routinely rick late the nice a warrants and the documents regarding the interceptions. those are the most sensitive documents the fbi generates. and of course this guy is a
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lawyer which he has a right to do. the lawyer has a lawyer. but you have got to believe -- trish: he ought to know better. >> he didn't act alone. my point is, this isn't a guy who wakes up one day and says let me start falsifying internal documents that will be submitted to the fisa court federal judges. this guy is in big, big trouble. trish: what does it tell you about the deep state. that he would do this, that probably somebody higher up knew he was doing it. what does it tell you? i think americans are nervous. we have a lack of trust in the system give what we learned. >> a huge lack of trust. you listen -- sometimes i don't know what to believe. i don't know what the truth is. but one thing that's incredibly -- you mentioned this several times, this i think is
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one of the reasons that donald trump is saying, you know what any want a trial, i want a speedy trial. i'm ready to go. i trust the american people. when he goes a couple hundred yard over from the shift committee where he was over to the senate where you have got senator mcconnell and senator graham and another former u.s. attorney, the rules are going to change. trish: adam schiff has the total schiff show. he did not present both side. so that was dishonest. the american people see through it and that's why you are seeing his poll numbers climb, especially with independent who are fatigued by all of it and recognizing it for the charade and circus it is. the president is saying look, i want a trial. here he is today this morning on "fox and friends." i want your reaction. president trump: we couldn't
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have any witnesses. we want to call the whistleblower. you know who i want as the first witness? frankly, i want a trial. >> you want a trial? president trump: look, number one, they should never ever impeach. trish: i don't think they will, guy. i think they don't have much to go on. they were hoping for a whole lot more and they got squat. but they could. this is a political body. let's not forget. all these democrats frothing at the mouth for an opportunity to try and harm him going into 2020. if that's the case at least you can get all side out there and figure out what the heck is going on. >> the best defense is a good offense. if there is one thing. love him or hate him. there is one thing this president knows how to do, he
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knows how to fight. the first thing is he will go in there and his lawyers and the senators who are representing him in the senate, they are going to be calling witnesses, they want to call schiff, they want to call the whistleblower. they want to put the motivation, and the biden father and the son, they want to put that front and center. trish: and the whistleblower. >> if the whistleblower -- which we know how worked with schiff, and worked with schiff's office. i always looked at that come parent and i always thought to myself, this was written by a lawyer. this wasn't written by someone who just said i think there might be something wrong here. it's second, third hand, it's sourced by cnn, bloomberg and other "new york times," outlets that clearly have an axe to
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grind. why not put this guy on the stand. let's cross-examine him and see what the truth is here. >> deliberate takedown, a deliberate effort to withdraw or redo the votes of 63 million americans. a lot more coming up tonight. here is what happened in the impeachment hearings. >> either of you have any evidence of quid pro quo? >> no, ma'am. >> ambassador volker. >> no, ma'am. >> any evidence of bribery? >> no, ma'am. >> he said i want nothing. i want no quid pro quo. trish: here is how the liberal media reported it. >> explosive. >> remarkable. >> bombshell, bombshell. riveting. trish: hyperbole, anyone?
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far left democrat elizabeth warren says she may take down president trump's border wall. >> would you ask taxpayers to pay to take down any of the wall on parts of the southern border. >> if there are parts of the wall that are not useful in our defense of course we should do it. trish: this as mexico releases its annual murder rate. 100 people being killed every day in that country. republican congressman scott perry says warren is
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them as they tried to cut a hole through a makeshift wall. and they were arrested and will have to wait it out in mexico. that's the president's plan for everyone coming here illegally going forward. wait it out in mexico. it's important. incentives actually matter. you can wait for asylum in the united states of america, and why not take that chance. come to the united states of america. this isn't rocket science. but the left still insists it's not right, it's not humane, it's not appropriate to enforce our borders. we have elizabeth warren on the debate stage. >> would you ask taxpayers to pay to take down any part of the wall on the southern border? >> if there are parts of the wall that are not useful in our defense, of course we should do it. trish: joining me right now,
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republican congressman scott perry, a member of the house foreign affairs committee. i like the idea of stay in mexico. incentives do matter. in this case the incentive is find a way to come to the u.s. because you can apply for asylum and hang out here. don't we need to change that if we want to curb these numbers? >> without a doubt. the nag magnet has been there whether it's economic or otherwise. human trafficking and smuggling is a crime. regardless of what elizabeth warren says, i am not sure which parts are unnecessary. apparently these traffickers saw it was necessary, they cut a hole tonight and drove through. it's not only the economic concerns, but it's the criminal concerns. if you are a young lady walking
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on a pier in san francisco you might lose your life. or a person in hazelton, p.a., someone might shoot you there. it's important that we know who is coming to this country and they do it lawfully. i think it's appropriate that they wait in mexico where they came through and we'll adjudicate them there. trish: you could be a vietnam vet in your early 60s walking home from work and you could get hit and dragged 50 feet by an illegal drunk immigrant. you know, it's -- it's really tragic. there is just multiple cases like this, i think. which is so disappointing, sir. because i mean, it's preventable. that's what's so hard. if you are a family members who
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lost a loved one. you say this person shouldn't have been in this country. then why are they here? >> 100% preventable. and you are absolutely right. there is no reason for these things to be happening. as you know, we are not doing a thing in washington, d.c. the president is acting unilaterally because the congress refuses to be interested or take up the discussion about border security, and so these tragedies, and they abound, they will continue to happen. the president is doing everything he can on his own. but he's getting no help from congress. we are focused on other things in washington, d.c. right now. >> the trump administration is delivering a pretty dire warning to liberal states out there moving to bar i.c.e. from courthouses. attorney general bill barr, acting homeland security secretary warning state supreme courts in washington and oregon, that moving to stop i.c.e. from
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making arrests will create a level of what they call quote unacceptable risk. letting immigrants convicted of violent crimes loose in the communities. that won't be tolerated. so i will ask you what do you think the fallout could be. do they have a legal ground to stand on because that affects the rest of society. >> it does. i think they do have a legal ground. of course, we'll have to see what the courts think about it. immigration i am forcement is the purview of the federal government. but there is no reason for the local government to be letting convicted felons out into the streets among their population, their innocent population. and i would say this. if the courts don't adjudicate it correctly, i hope the citizens of those communities who are sick of the insecurity of knowing who is on the streets and knowing we are releasing
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convicted dangerous convicted felons on the treats that they will have enough of that very quickly and they will elect new leadership. that's what is definitely needed. trish: democrats want everybody to think it's inhumane to have everybody have borders and say to people, you can't come in. isn't it inhumane to not do that? it's poor treatment of the american citizens who are here right now to say we are going to out up to every tom, dick and harry criminal who wants to come here. >> if you look at montgomery county maryland, just south of where i live. the sanctuary community policy has led to all kind of almost an unprecedented level of either rapes or sexual assault by immigrant aliens that should not be here. and of course they are releasing them into the community. and i don't know how long the
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community wants to put up with that. our laws are to protect the american citizens. that's why we have laws in this country. trish: if you want to become an american citizen, do it the right way. >> that's what we are asking. that's all we are asking. just obey our laws as we have to. trish: president trump taking on the liberal media's misreporting of his routine medical exam. president trump: on the way back i'm hearing rumors i am in the hospital. then i am hearing rumors i had chest pains and a massive heart attack. my wife said darling are you okay? i said okay from what? trish: hyperbole, anyone? >> explosive. >> explosive. >> remarkable. >> truly remarkable. >> bombshell stunning. >> i'm your curious cat, and you know what they say about curiosity.
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>> one bombshell after another. >> here are some of the fireworks from today's explosive testimony. >> i can't emphasize how explosive this is. >> the case for impeachment has never been so explosive and riveting. >> stunning testimony. trish: stunning, bombshell. wow. you can see the mainstream media and the dems were hoping for some solid proof of quid pro quo. that's what the schiff show is supposed to deliver. but instead here is the reality. this is what they got. >> i just asked him an open-ended question. what do you want from ukraine? i said i want nothing. i want no quid pro quo. tell zelensky to do the right
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thing. trish: they are now accusing president trump of somehow tainting the jury pool by hosting republicans for lunch at the white house. can you imagine that's their spin to bring down the president. how dare he do his job. here is what it tells us. we now know that they are officially scared because news of the criminal charge and the fisa probe out tonight and poll numbers showing president trump's increasing approval ratings since impeachment hearings gained kaight that independents are souring on his whole impeachment thing, it's clear they are not going to get what they hoped for or what they predicted. now in total desperation, richard blumenthal is accusing donald trump of this. >> his agenda is pretty clear, he's trying to you taint the
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jury pool and they should be above it. trish: somehow blumenthal is convinced the congress are vote for articles of impeachment and the president is trying to convince republican senators to vote for him. last i checked, the president is the president of the united states. and as president you meet with members of your own party. how is it okay for adam schiff to put on this schiff show, coaching witness, having his team meet with the whistleblower and lying about it on national television. joining me, kelly, good to see you. come on. i guess blumenthal is convinced the house is going to vote for articles of impeachment. what does this tell you that they are making wild accusations
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trying to say he's tainting the jury pool by doing this job? is that an indication of how'd terrified they are? >> this is all the same thing. it's the same story. it's been going on since the president got elected. we had 2 1/2 years of ther of the mueller investigation that was promised by the mainstream media to be explosive, to be a bombshell and tie the president and name him as a russian agent, and none of that happened. so what happens is you see the moving of the goal post. if you look at when the president's call was on ukraine the day before was the day mueller testified publicly. that bombed. so then the deep state has to go to work, right? it has got to go to work and find another media narrative to accomplish their end goal of impeachment. what we saw this week was an utter fail. it was boring. there is no smoking gun.
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unlike water gait scandal or the bill clinton impeachment where you had tapes and a blue dress. here you have presumptions assumptions. innuendo. trish: they are all interpretations thinking we think he wanted. there is no factual information to back them up. i find it extremely disturbing that they are willing to effectively take away the rights of 63 million people who voted for president trump and to somehow negate all that because they don't like him. >> it's absolutely disgusting what is going on. the american people are smart. if we look at the ratings. first day of this impeachment trial was the highest. since then it has gone down the hill. it's nothing but a partisan witch hunt. they have no evidence. these are unelected bureaucrats. they have policy differences
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with the president. and wee elected the president to go into washington, d.c. and shake things up and that's what he's doing. trish: as the media gloms on to this blumenthal stuff. how many reports did we see questioning the president's health a few short days ago. >> i think he's someone who has some neurological issues which no one has ever really addressed. look at what happened, you see them going for earn unannounced visit on a saturday to walter reed to get things done that could have easily been done at the white house. trish: the president telling "fox and friends" he's totally fine. president trump: on the way back i'm hearing rumors i'm in the hospital, then i'm hearing rumors i am having chest pains and i had a massive heart attack. after we certified with medical people, we had three medical people call them up and say it's
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not true, they went with it anyway. trish: dr. marc siegel says it's nuts, and i are responsible for doctors to be speculating on the president's health. off course he's under stress and under pressure. the way a doctor is supposed to look at things, we are like judges assembling facts. it's a disgrace to look at the idea he just visits walter reed. >> when is someone going to say enough. this media crossed a line into total absurdity and i are absure responsibland i areresponsibili. >> when another hillary clinton literally fell down at a 9/11 ceremony and people started wondering what was hillary clinton's health. it's off limits. that's a question we should not ask. we should respect her.
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republicans are going totally out of line questioning her health. but with this president, who is -- he's got endurance and energy, he just took a 14-hour day trip to texas and back. there is know signs of his health fading. he went to get a physical, came back. provided the doctor's report. he has been more transparent than he needs to be yet the mainstream media still won't believe him. trish: coming you have next, more evidence of what the media likes to call a conspiracy theory. >> the president isn't telling the truth. these allegations against joe biden and hunter bind he's repeating. >> it was confirmation of expire theories. soot claims against joe biden have been revealed at outright lies. trish: not quite.
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trish: republicans are asking important questions surrounding the biden's rape with ukraine.
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senator lindsey graham is -- the bidens relationship with ukraine. nor lindsey graham is investigating. we know there was something going on, some kind of pay-to-play. but is there more to the story than that. what kind of influence did ukraine really carry with the administration and how much did the annoy when done there are chart taken entirely different course. >> promoting u.s. policy in ukraine. >> if it's totally against u.s. policy goals that's a mistake. >> i worked to cord name s. policy. >> the official u.s. policy toward ukraine. >> the policy was about fighting
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corruption. >> also responsible for causing u.s. policy for all of western europe. trish: to be clear, everyone in the deep state. the president sets policy on the international stage. not bureaucrats. for the record, this president has done a lot more for ukraine than any other president. as one emerging market investor told me, ukraine is in better financial stipulate now. joining me now, south carolina congressman ralph norman. how annoyed do you think some people were or are that are in the deep state that suddenly confronted their life's work being turned upside down because this president-elected by the american people has a different set of goals for people on the
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international stage. >> this past week was not good for democrats. the witness were witnesses to nothing. for this to happen again is unbelievable. now to the tomorrow inquired pro question is what joe biden and his son did. that's wait uncovered. what's -- wait uncovered. -- what it uncovered. the bombshell is the light that's been shed on hunter biden. if any of us were accused of getting $80,000 every 30 days, getting the government to give us loans to the tune of $130 million. they don't dispute it, they just go and hide. trish: the $130 million was being route to a subsidiary in the caymans.
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he's sending his profits through a subsidiary in the caymans, that's when you say, son, we have to have a talk. but the vice president aloud his son to do this. people around the vice president at the time were afraid to tell him, hey, joe, this doesn't look good. >> joe biden knows this. he has gotten by with it for too long. this is taxpayer money he's robbing the coffers and putting in his son's pocket. trish: you know, there is a lot of questions here. lindsey graham is opening this investigation rightly so. but i suspect if people wanted to go to town on all this, there might be more there. you think about the influence that ukraine was trying to court with the administration. if you wanted to dig deep, i think it's not just joe and
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hunter biden. i think you would want to look into the clinton foundation as well. >> this opens the door. that's why senator graham once the justice department report is out december 9, he will start calling witnesses, he will get the whistleblower up there so president trump can have his people. he can investigate adam schiff. let adam schiff who has been the judge, jury and executioner, let him get on the stand and answer questions. he's been picking the group he wanted on. trish, it's a sham. the polls are not being kind to the democrats who are trying to as you say, take the 63 million americans who voted for president trump and put him in office. with 11.5 months to go before we can pick, it will be iting what they do from here on out. i doubt they want senator
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graham, if they pass impeachment in the house which they have got the votes to do, if they want their people try to face what lindsey graham, he will have an in department investigation on all these people. the numbers don't show that the american people have the appetite for it. >> certainly not. it sets a horrible precedent. good to see you. thank you very much. coming up next, john bolton coming up next, john bolton tweeted several times coming up next, john bolton tweeted several times i am totally blind. and non-24 can throw my days and nights out of sync, keeping me from the things i love to do. talk to your doctor, and call 844-214-2424.
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>> welcome back.john bolton sur. he says in a tweet in the white house they've taken over his twitter account, since resigning, the white house read used to return access to my political twitter account on a fear of what i might say. i'm sorry you're disappointed. he is back. perhaps hiring bolton was kind of a mistake. you cannot really get in anymore odd couple than those two. one is a hock who never met where he didn't like, what the heck are we doing wasting our time that we can't change. if nothing else, mr. bolton gets a multi-build under billion-dollar book deal out of it all. i have a feeling we'll be hearing more from him.
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