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tune in every night at nine to the show that's the sworn m&a of lying, pomposity, smugness and groupthink, dvr it if you don't already and tune into sean hannity, he's next, have a great night. ♪ >> sean: welcome to it "hannity," the republican plan to repeal and replace obamacare has been released in just a few minutes, we'll get reaction from the health and human services secretary, tom price. laura ingraham and monica crowley and so much more, it's time to break down the gop's american health care act and determine whether it's meant to work for you, the american people. tonight it's time to hold washington accountable and that is the opening monologue. let's go back to 2009, president obama told a room full of lawmakers elections have consequences, eight years later with republicans now in control
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of the house, the senate, and the executive branch, obama's crowning achievement is officially on the chopping bloc block. some on the right, many conservatives are slamming the bill including americans for prosperity, the club for growth, the heritage action committee and many others including author author daniel horowitz. he released an article titled rhino care, a more insolvent version of obamacare only this time of the g.o.p. owns it. some congressional republicans are also raising very serious issues, let's take a look. >> what is been introduced is not the replacement plan, is not the obamacare repeal plan we've been hoping for. this is instead a step in the wrong direction. >> there better not be a rule that prevents eight amendments that are badly needed. >> obviously we have some serious concerns, we haven't been shy about the serious concerns as we look at that. with any negotiation, you look at the trade offs, what are the
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risks versus the rewards. >> the house bill put forward is obamacare lite come it won't work. premiums and prices will continue to spiral out of control. >> sean: is the american health care act obamacare lite? let's look at some positive aspects that are in this plan. after seven years of promising to repeal obamacare, republicans are attempting to do just that, it's a good thing. by limited to the individual and employer mandates, that's a good thing. this bill drips federal funding for abortion fighters like planned parenthood commits a promise the president made. eliminates the medical device tax as well as other oppressive taxes and acted under obamacare. a big tonight. while the american health care act is a step in the right direction it must be fixed. obamacare must be completely repealed. rising premium costs, they must be addressed further. certain types of insurance free cooperatives need to be utilized
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as well as health care savings accounts which we will explore in just a minutes. before the g.o.p., warning everybody on both sides of this bit debate. and told they erupt into massive infighting it's important to note these words from the health and human services secretary, they'll join us later, tom price. >> this is a work in progress, the legislative process that incurs. people engage and get involved in the process, nothing focuses the mind like a bill that is currently on the table and is a work in progress. we'll work through it. >> sean: it's very important the freedom caucus and the study group in the house and people like rand paul and ted cruz, marco rubio might be listened to and their contributions added to this bill. second price is right, and tonight i want to put an end to the civil war that seems to be brewing inside the republican party. the current version of the
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health care act as tom price said it's a first draft. always filled with errors and miscalculations. it's up to republican members of congress to come together and fix this bill and get it right for you. i'll well put together a unified strategy to combat efforts from democrats to paint the bill as a disaster for low income americans, in other words republicans want to kill children and kill old people. this cannot take place, or in the press. my suggestions tonight as republicans, that includes the freedom caucus, that inclu mentt includes others should get together in a room, work through these issues in person. the house freedom caucus, friend rand paul, marco rubio, other conservatives who have been loudly voicing their concerns for eight years and sadly, many of these ideas will not represented in this bill. once obamacare is repealed and replaced, republicans, you are going to own what's in this.
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those who voted to put you in control of congress will not settle for obamacare lite, myself included. remember, your jobs are on the line here. more importantly, so are the lives and the well-being of millions of americans. you got to get this right and you've got to join forces. frankly it would have been better if a consensus bill was built before it was released. you still have time to fix it and i hope you do. joining me now is a doctor, he founded atlas md, a health care in wichita, kansas, dr. josh numbers with us as well as family physician dr. ryan neuhofel. welcome to the program. how long of a been talking to on radio and particular? howling him in eight years as a been. >> five or six years. >> sean: how many people do
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serve in your health cooperative? how much does it cost? what are people provided them to tell us about the incredible deals you made with pharmaceutical companies, tell us how it's been duplicated to. i'm opening it up for you to explain what you do. >> thanks for being the leader in having this conversation about real solutions that could be enacted to help americans. the new model going forward, we don't take insurance because we don't need insurance for common things. ten dollars for kids, $50 a month for a limited visit, free office procedures and up to 95% savings on labs, imaging, et cetera by going wholesale. that full value, go back to an employer, decrease premiums by 30 to 60% in the first year. these are things that could dramatically change the scope of medicine in this country. >> sean: let me go over some of what i know about it spread
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to children on the plan pay ten dollars a month? >> there stomach that's correct. >> sean: their parents pay. >> we make some of them pay themselves. >> sean: adults pay $50 per person. that includes unlimited health care, right? unlimited doctor visits, they can go to the simple things. if they need stitches cake and go to the office and get stitches, correct? >> for free. a spoon if they need antibiotics, they can get antibiotics. >> for pennies on the bill. a >> sean: if they break a bone, what happens? >> then we could get x-rays for 20 $2240 typically. that includes radiology, something they could easily be over $100 anywhere else, or 502,000 at the e.r. >> sean: all for 50 bucks a
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month? you pay a little bit extra for the mri reading, but you pay considerably less. and the average person might have a catastrophic insurance plan on top of it if they have a heart attack or get cancer or have a bad accident, right? >> absolutely. those plans would be drastically cheaper per month, more affordable so more people would have health insurance and if the companies have worked with us the longest like allied national out of kansas city show better profit margins in this planet. the insurance company seo benefits, the employers see a benefit of the most important of the patient see benefits. >> sean: congratulations on what you been able to accomplish, stay right there. coming up to next on "hannity." >> the american people have said to their elected leaders, the obamacare process for them gaining coverage and care is not working. that's what they've said. we believe it's important to respond to the american people.
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>> sean: the health and human services secretary tom price spoke to reporters today about the replacement plan. he says it's only a first step. hopefully some people believe that. he'll join us next in a "hannity" exclusive. are there left-wing a deep state of forces trying to sabotage the president and his administration? laura ingraham weighs in on that issue tonight. monica crowley is back and more on this busy news night tonight a "hannity" "
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>> it's never easy, but we have made a promise, and were going to keep that promise. we made a promise to repeal and replace obamacare with conservative solutions and reforms, that's exactly what this bill does and that's why we're here. it >> sean: that was speaker paul ryan earlier today, talk about the republican plan to repeal and replace obamacare but not all g.o.p. lawmakers are on board with this new legislation. at joining us now is the health and human services secretary, tom price. congratulations on your new position. >> thank you so much, wonderful to be with you. >> sean: i guess my surprise and if you look at the criticisms from the freedom caucus, rand paul, mike lee, ted cruz, marco rubio.
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these are significant conservatives. also conservatives on radio. i had interviewed you a long time ago about your specific plan. what is kind of shocking to me is that all these criticisms were out there by conservatives before the bill was introduced. why wasn't there a meeting and consensus built on the bill within the republican party before it was released? >> it was released by the house as you know. we've been working with members of the senate, stakeholders all across the land. i think we've gotten to a pretty sweet spot. this is a work in progress and continues to be so. the core is that obamacare has failed as you well know. costs are going up, access is going down. it's only getting worse, insurers pulling out of the market. premiums are going up, deductibles are skyrocketing. people aren't getting care for coverage and the individual or small group markets.
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this bill addresses just that by providing access to care and affordable coverage that individuals need. we all agree on repeal, i guess replacement does the disagreement in the republican party. what i don't see >> sean: what o see is an intramural civil war about republicans over the bill. the big criticism is it's not a full repeal and that it's a new entitlement program. one of the freedom caucus members told me today as they would rather block grant any money for the uninsured back to the states. would that be something you would be open to? >> let me make clear that this single bill is not the entire plan, three different faces, this bill has to go through reconciliation because it's a budgetary process. two was all of the kind of rules and regulations. you remember all the things the previous administration did,
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hundreds of rules come on literally thousands of guidance letters. were going to go through every single one of them to determine whether or not they help patients or hurt patients. if they heard patients were going to do our best to get rid of them. the third phase is another piece of legislation that can't be done through reconciliation because of specific rules. those of the kinds of things were going to do in phase two and three to purchase across state lines to put in lawsuit abuse reform, expand hsa's in a more vibrant way, all the things we know will actually bring down costs and allow individuals to get the coverage that they want for themselves and their families. >> sean: i guess a lot of people thought the 120 page bill was the bill, they thought that was the reason, let me ask this question. one of the things that some conservatives are asking and i think it's a fair question. every republican voted for a repeal bill in and of itself in 2015. why not do that again so you ensure all of it is gone. is that possible? >> i don't think governors of the states would allow that to
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happen, repealing the programs they've done to cover the most vulnerable populations are not being able to know what the future holds, that's not a viable proposal. the president as you well know has said repeal and replace. were going to do them concurrently and move forward. that's why it's important for people to recognize three different faces, bill, rule changes in the secondary bill. >> sean: is there a new entitlement in this bill? >> absolute do not, what were trying to do as you well know is to equalize the tax treatment of health coverage for folks. we've said that for years, conservatives have said that for years. if you get your coverage through your employer which is about 170 million people in this country, you get a tax benefit, that's paid with pretax dollars. individuals out there in the small group market, they don't have any tax benefits. we are trying to equalize the tax treatment of health care coverage for folks and that's the way we feel makes it much more fair through all individuals across this land. >> sean: we had dr. josh
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hombre from wichita, somebody have known from a lot of years. he's from wichita, kansas, . he started this cooperative and it's been duplicated a lot around the country. in his cooperative in kansas, they have a ten dollar monthly charge for children. a $50 monthly charge for adults. it includes unlimited health care. he is independently negotiated with the pharmaceutical companies for the major drugs that his patients neat need ans 90% reductions and then most of his patients have catastrophic plans, relatively inexpensive based on what your deductible is in case you have a heart attack or accident or cancer. that's what insurance seems to be for. cannot be duplicated for example? could the bricklayers association of america, carpenter unions across america, it's at something that could be duplicated, considering it's so impressive to me on top of the health care savings accounts which we all agree we need in this bill? >> what a great model to follow.
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the flexibility that we have of this legislation and we will have in the second and third phases, it's virtually impossible, it's program that may work for government and may work for patients. >> sean: let's question, secretary, people who have been vocal and critical today, these conservative groups heritage action, americans for prosperity, how much input will you allow them to have it when they move forward in three phases because a lot of them were pretty upset? >> were looking for every single person as we have today in folk's who were interested in moving our health care system in a direction to put patients and families and doctors in charge. where in the receiving mode for the kinds of reforms that people think you need be put into place to the regulatory process, through the guidance process, through the third piece of legislation commit third phase that will be necessary.
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this is incredibly important. it's such an exciting time to be able to respond to the concerns of the american people and the dictates that they have, the requirement that they have to be certain to address the health care system. >> sean: this is a defining moment for republicans uncertainly for the president. the fact that you're going to have an open door and these people will be heard and those changes are going to be made as you said this is a first step. it's a little more reassuring than how i felt earlier today. mr. secretary, i look forward to continuing this discussion as we move forward and i wish you the best of luck. >> would got to get it done right, thanks so much, take care. >> sean: coming up, is that shadow government officials are they working behind the scenes to continue to damage the trump administration? will examine tonight evidence. monica crowley returns to "hannity" with reactions to the unrelenting attacks against
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>> i'm jackie ibanez in new york. mixed reaction to a republican health care bill designed to replace obamacare. the public and senator rand paul has been a vocal critic of calling it obamacare lite. president trump doesn't appear to be concerned, saying i'm sure my friend will come along because he knows obamacare is a disaster. with the new travel directives signed, the u.s. justice department will voluntary dismiss its appeal of a ruling, to suspend the first travel ban. the new directive is already facing legal challenges with the state of hawaii, planning to file suit. critics say the new order which keeps the 90 day ban on travel to the united states from the
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countries is still discriminatory against muslims. i met jackie ibanez, now back to "hannity" ." >> sean: of the ultraleft propaganda to destroy trump media and the democrats, they're now smearing the commander-in-chief, flathead refusing to ask very critical questions about wiretapping, that's two nights mini monologu monologue. so the left is breathlessly saying the president isn't telling the truth over wiretapping allegations. just take a look at some of the headlines from "the new york times," cnn, "washington post" smearing the president. offering no evidence says obama tapped his phones. baseless wiretap claim and citing no evidence accuses obama of nixon and watergate plot to wiretap trump tower. the hypocrisy is astounding, why? "the new york times" is accusing the president of lying but they are the ones that printed at
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this headline on the front page of their paper on old days january 20th. wiretap data using inquiry of trump aids. if you read the article, the fbi is leading the investigations aided by the national security agency, the cia, and the treasury department's financial crimes unit. the investigators have accelerated their efforts in recent weeks but have found no conclusive evidence of wrongdoing, the official said. intelligence reports based on some of the wiretapped communications had been provided to the white house. and so "the new york times" reported on wiretap communications that got to the white house. somehow, president trump he's the one who is lying? this is ridiculous and proves exactly why you the american people do not trust the media. also the ridiculous statement from president barack obama's spokesman. a cardinal rule of the obama ad administration is that no white house official ever interfered with any independent investigation led by the
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department of justice as part of that practice, neither president obama nor any white house official ever ordered, keywords, ordered surveillance on any u.s. citizen, any suggestion otherwise is simply false. the statement never said that president obama didn't know about it like "the new york times" told us, just that he didn't order it. is anyone in the press ever going to ask if obama knew about the surveillance of an opposition party during an election year? or will they just give him another pass? here with reaction, fox news contributor, nationally syndicated radio host, more titles than any guest we've ever had and the best-selling author, what are you throwing up in the year, my football? >> i just want to blow it up now and not even look at the phone. >> sean: my phone's been blowing up all day too. this is really important, all donald trump has to say is i was quoting you guys, you guys supposedly tell the truth.
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when are they ever going to say maybe we were wrong and apologize and retract? >> it's no doubt that january report in "the new york times" showed that the intelligence agencies have been monitoring associates, former associates, advisors of donald trump, applied for a fisa warrant, was rejected. got a fisa warrant on a second go around. it looks like everyone from roger stone to carter page and paul manna fort, who knows how many other people were monitored. i guess they're quibbling with the wording of donald trump's tweet, okay, i'll concede that. maybe obama didn't definitively order it. maybe the president knew about it. >> sean: if you look at that statement commits as they did know about it. >> definitely the administration, i'm saying specifically ordering it. that's what they're hanging this all along, they did it didn't at the briefing today. they went around and around with sean spicer on this.
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i think too little or no effect. what you see happening now in washington is that donald trump is moving forward on his key agenda items. if there's a lot of disagreement on those agenda items, even among republicans as we are seeing with the obamacare fight. he is moving forward, he needs to keep doing that. this russia bombshell with wikileaks today, if that's a verified, it looks like it's verified, the intelligence agencies -- >> sean: what you make of it? it's pretty. >> it's really if it's true because part of what was revealed is that our intelligence agencies are using countries like russia as scapegoats when it's really them. >> sean: that was the most revealing thing to make him a great minds think alike care. we need to set this foundation. wikileaks has not been wrong in over ten years, not one time have they been proven wrong in terms of what they have released. there right.
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if they were using specific deceptive techniques to make it look like the russians, that opens up the question, did in fact they try and pin all this russia conspiracy stuff that the media has fallen hook, line, and sinker for without any evidence, did they do it internally the same people that are leaking on trump? >> you know what's odd is when the democrats refuse release the dnc refused to release their computers or their server for forensic analysis. i thought that was very odd. if you're worried about hacking and you even can think it would be related back somehow to republican nominee, wouldn't you want to -- wouldn't you want to reveal that? find whatever you can find. at the time comes that struck me as odd. i know the president himself has referenced this several times. that was a red flag for me back then. >> sean: they brought in outsiders to do it instead of the fbi. >> a third-party contractor, why
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was that done? a lot of questions. a >> sean: am i wrong in thinking this one runs deeper and probably is connected to the elites are in my jumping out too far? >> i don't think the white house communications team has to worry about the phones being looked a at. the assistant secretary is leaking? no. if anyone is leaking, it looks like from what we are seeing wikileaks and some of the reports in the media, that's probably someone from the intelligence agencies and likely that very sadly the cia. >> sean: if all this turns out to be true, this could be a scandal much bigger than watergate. >> it could be, that's why former elected officials were very concerned about allowing our intelligence agencies to get so big, so powerful, when they get so big and powerful, they run so deep, they called to the deepest state, how are they accountable? are they accountable to anybody? >> sean: this wikileaks revelation coupled with an interview i did with a 32 year
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nsa veteran who's a whistleblower retired, every phone conversation, every text, every email of every american is locked up in metadata. >> go back to in person communication. >> sean: spill nuts police stat, that would be frightening. up next, monica crowley makes her return to the program. will ask her about the lefts all out assault against anybody associated with our president. later tonight. >> this is really bad. just for the record, we are really nervous. if people out there feel nervous, we do too. >> sean: the ultimate left propaganda destroy trump immediate sinking to new lows attacking the commander-in-chief. we have larry elder and ari fleischer with reaction, more on this crazy busy news night "hannity" ." where's frank? it's league night! 'saved money on motorcycle insurance with geico!
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decent man you will ever meet. treated everyone with the same respect and kindness whether you are the president of the united states and or the man on the street, he was my friend. >> sean: he was my friend even though i disagreed with everything he said. i was really angry at a couple outlets, will deal with that more in the future. you were going to go to the administration, it's steve miller, it's even melania trump, they're going after gerrit, they're going after ivanka, they went after a 10-year-old kid, they're going after sebastian gorka which is ridiculous. everyone around the president's getting attacked. i wanted to give you a chance. >> would happen to me is despicable straight up political hit job. then the bunk, my editor has completely supported me and backed me up. there is a very toxic and it's
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getting increasingly toxic and poisonous atmosphere of personal destruction in washington and the media. it's always sort of been there but now it's at a whole new level. smart and good people do not want to go into government service. nothing and nobody is ever going to stop me from speaking out on the issues i care about, about the future of this nation. there's also a really bigger point. >> sean: and general flynn. >> this is the bigger point. i was something of the canary in the coal mine, the attack on me was a test. what happened to me, what happened to general flynn, what's happened to attorney general sessions and others is all of a piece. there is a very dangerous and very effective destabilization campaign underway against this president, his administration and his agenda. what i hope that the president and his senior aides understand is that these forces are not just looking to delegitimize him.
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we often talk about that. it sure they to do that. they want to personally destroy him, destroy his presidency and they would like to see the man in prison. i hope the president understands and not overstating this having been a victim of this myself. they are out for blood. the reason they have to destroy him is that donald trump is an alien organism that has been injected into the body politic by the american people to reform it. he must not be allowed to succeed. they have swarmed him, everybody around him in order to reject him out of the system just like any alien organism. he must not be allowed to succeed and i hope that everybody around him now understands this is a war that they started a long time ago. they will not end until they get the president of the united states. >> sean: i totally agree with you, i want to say we have a mutual friend andy mccarthy. i don't think you should answer any of these people's questions, they can go straight to hell.
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i don't anybody says, i thought he did a great job in debunking the issue for you. here's what's important what you're saying, very important. i see five different factions going after the president. each one, you've got the snowflake faction, all these protesters that are being paid in many cases to create an image that there is chaos in the country. you've got to democratic party obstructionists want no part of this president succeeding because they look bad and are out of power for a long time. then you've got a media establishment which we know through wikileaks colluded in this last campaign, they never invented obama they never told the truth about what a failure he's been, that's a big part of it. then you've got republicans who are weekend to meds. then the fifth is an intelligence community that is so clearly and obviously, people within it, i have great respect for people in intelligence but there are those in that community, the swamp, the shadow government that i talk about.
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the state, the deep state that we talk about. they're out for blood. this is five significant powerful establishment forces that are lined up against this president, this is not a game, they want to destroy him, delegitimize him and get him out if they can. >> they want him in prison, this is what they we need to understand. david brock and some of these organizations have already raised tens of millions of dollars for an impeachment process. they want jail to the chief, they need to understand that this is a war. we are so far beyond normal politics, we are in a very dangerous moment. while president trump is a very strong leader and a man of strong constitution, he was able to survive all of this during the campaign and get elected presidents. when you are president and you are faced with the kind of monolithic opposition you're talking about, plus a federal bureaucracy that is completely out to undermine him every day, the intelligence community that is engaged in some of this as well that we have heard, i hope
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to god that he is strong enough to withstand it. if he succeeds, the country changes for the good and they must not allow that to happen. a >> sean: what a strong, powerful admonition. we missed you, so sorry about alan, my best to you and your family, you know how i feel about all of you. on a busy newsnight, what's on next on it "hannity"? this. >> this is really bad, just for the record, we are all really nervous. if people out there and feel nervous, we do too. >> sean: you've got the ultraleft propaganda destroy trump media, they need to admit they're not unbiased journalist. they have a role in this game. larry elder and arley fleischerr straight ahead. own immune system,
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>> sean: will come back to "hannity," so they all left propaganda to destroy trump at all cost media they're working overtime to take on the trump administration, listen to msnbc's mika brzezinski, she seemed to be fighting back tears yesterday she was so upset talking about president trump, watch this. >> were at a low point in american history. and i don't know how anybody can defend this president, even if it's their job. like you've got to have a job
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after this. you've got to look in the mirror after this. this is not funny, this is really bad. just for the record, we're all really nervous. if people out there feel nervous, we do too, we don't think this is funny. >> sean: really? maybe over rocks there. cnn's anderson cooper said he submitted president trump on twitter, let's look at more of the liberal media. >> i submitted the president on twitter, don't tell them. >> you can do that? >> when you get annoying people tweeting you don't want to delete because that tells them you've deleted them, so if you just need them, they think you're still following them and you don't actually see their tweets. if i just don't want to have that drama in my life. >> that drama, you have to accept that he's president. >> of course i do, i have great respect for the president. i just don't need to follow him on twitter. >> sean: there is your fire,
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balance, unbiased journalist, maybe they should stop pretending and be who they are, radical lacy leftist activists on tv. national syndicated radio talk show host who is laughing and former white house process. ari fleischer, is not fair and balanced or are they opinionated with mark poor mika, somebody get her a stiff drink or a pent, help her out >> as a former pres secretary, my job is to deal with all reporters. let me also add, republicans always have to work twice as hard as democrats to get a fair break in the press, donald trump is to work three times as hard, it's not fair and balanced. you have to be a professional in this business, i don't like the idea of professional journalists, neutral journalists saying they're muting a president, a news source. mika is an opinion journalist,
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she's in a bit of a different category. people should not be nervous come i said this repeatedly and i say it when i do her show. let it play out. let's see what donald trump can do. >> sean: she was nervous when a guy impelled to pout around with an unrepentant terrorist became president i don't remember going deep in that story like i did. president obama was only asked one time during the campaign. i know you're laughing, some of this is funny, i've got to admi admit. on another level, they do want to destroy trump. they want to destroy the presidents. they are trying to delegitimize him and they're trying to stop his agenda and if they're lucky they want him out of office. >> oh the inhumanity. the good news for mika is under the obamacare replacement plan whatever bothering her is probably covered. what's going on here is a deep seated fear that this sop might really be successful. god forbid we get a 4% of gdp growth as was the case with
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ronald reagan. he took 49 states, what did he do? cut taxes, continued deregulation and slow down the rate of nondefense government spending all of which donald trump is doing. put that together, 4% of gdp. none of this stuff will matter, nobody will care what she said or done lemon, or any of the other people who are quite hysterical over this presidency. >> sean: the bottom line is i that said it journalism is dead. look at for example "the new york times." they reported the president is wiretapped, they did it multiple times as did the bbc, as did mcclatchy, as did other major sources mainstream media news. somehow he's to blame. one of going to have some introspection, some self-examination as it relates to colluding with hillary clinton? if they're going to blame trump for reporting and talking about what they report, one are they
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going to take the same on themselves? it's kind of hypocritical. it >> will never happen. i'm in a little bit of a different position on this in terms of my viewpoint come i don't think they're dead but i think they severely wounded themselves at the american people agree with that. >> sean: you agree with they colluded with hillary. would you agree they didn't event obama? >> you have them sharing questions for a debate, that happened on the cnn in one instance. that never should have happened. the point is the press is not neutral, the press is biased, i've dealt with that from the decades i was in washington, all the way to the white house. as far worse with donald trump. look at the day like today, today was the trump presidency should be about is replacing obamacare. these are the big issues on which the presidency is going to rise or fall into day has been a very good day for donald trump. >> sean: i think that's good with one caveat, he's got a lot
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of conservative opposition. i think they should have built the plan before they released it, that's my own personal deal. secretary price was very clear it's got to happen in three phases and all of the critics will be included in the end. i say if donald trump checks off that promise list and it gets it done, he walks into reelection in spite of all the noise that you hear everywhere. >> i agree with that 100%. it's one thing for the media to be biased, we already knew that. another thing for the media to collude. we found out "the new york times," "washington post" staffers for jake tapper at deet cnn, the economist with "the washington post" contacting the dnc getting ideas, getting suggestions. this is collusion, this is far beyond having a sympathetic and political agreement with the left. these are people who are trying to get republicans defeated. i've never seen the like of it. one of the things donald trump has done that no other president
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has done that called them on it and put them on notice and let people know they are not just bias, they're actively trying to stop republicans. no one's done that before, i salute mr. trump for having done that. >> sean: great segments thank you both for being with us, always appreciate you being on. when we come back, we need your help, important question of the day. some of mean, horrible hannity hotline voice mails from you, will get to that straight ahead. c'mon in, pop pop! happy birthday!
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