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July 5, 2024 31 mins

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Sean sits down with former President Donald Trump to hear his reaction to the latest legal battles and what he thinks the future looks like.

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Speaker 1 (00:00):
All right, thanks Scott Chadning Hour two Sean Hannity Show,
eight hundred and nine to four one Sean, if you
want to be a part of the program. I spent
a lot of time with President Trump this week at
mar A Lago, and we played a lot of the interview.
We'll have more of it that we have not aired
on Hannity tonight nine eastern on the Vox News channel.

(00:21):
But I want to play for you what I think
was an extremely enlightening and informative interview on some very
key issues, and we'll have a lot more tonight as
he talks about Merrick Garland and the economy and so
much more. That's nine eastern on Fox. But here's my
interview with President Trump.

Speaker 2 (00:39):
We just have breaking news, as I mentioned in my
open tonight, and I want to get your reaction to
the fact that the appeals Court has now stopped your
Georgia case election case while appeal on Willis's disqualification is pending.
This is on the heels of Florida Judge Eileen Cannon
looking into whether or not the prosecutor, Jack Smith, the

(01:02):
special prosecutor, was pointed in an inappropriate way which would
render the case and the indictments out completely. That is
going to take place in fairly short order. A lot
can change in a couple of days, with only one
hundred and fifty two days out of election.

Speaker 3 (01:17):
And what would call deranged Jack Smith?

Speaker 4 (01:19):
Because you look at his career, He's been overturned by
the Supreme Court unanimously, so many other things.

Speaker 3 (01:25):
He goes too far.

Speaker 2 (01:26):
Let me ask you this. You had said something during
the trial in New York. Well, the Teresa couldn't beat
these charges was one thing that you said, and he
turned out to be right. And secondly, you were asked
about the possibility that Judge Marshawn might send you to jail.
He said something that really kind of got my attention.

(01:50):
What did you say that It didn't phaze you in
the sense that if that's what it takes, you don't
have to be doing this. You could be playing golf
every day and you probably wouldn't be charged with anything.

Speaker 4 (02:00):
Well, I think I say it about almost all of
these cases that are brought against They are doing it
for the purposes of hurting a political opponent of Biden
and trying to get him to win. And he's the
worst president in the history of our country. But in
the case that you're talking about, I said very strongly
that I'm very proud to fight for our constitution and
that's what it takes. Everybody said, this is such a

(02:23):
minor thing. You don't go to jail for this, all
of them.

Speaker 3 (02:26):
But you don't.

Speaker 4 (02:27):
Understand what we're dealing against, Joan. We're dealing against this
system that is so corrupt, nobody's ever seen anything like it.

Speaker 3 (02:36):
I did nothing wrong in.

Speaker 4 (02:37):
Any of these things. I did nothing wrong. We did
nothing wrong at all. And whether you look at the analysts,
whether it's Greg Jared or Andy McCarthy or Jonathan Turley
or your friend, the great one, Mark Levin Dershowitz, all
of them, they said, there's no case you judge. Janine

(02:57):
was so incredible two weeks ago. She was unbelievable angry.
She was angry. And you know why they're angry, because
I love our country and they see what's happening. It's
totally unconstitutional what they've done. And if you look at
the statements made by the people I just mentioned, and
I'm not friends with any I mean, I think they
respect what I've done. They might respect me, they might

(03:19):
not respect me. But they said there's no case. It
shouldn't have been brought. And the way the judge charged
the jury, told the jury, gave jury instructions.

Speaker 3 (03:28):
Nobody's ever heard anything like that.

Speaker 2 (03:30):
It was basically, when you break it down, a records
keeping issue on a misdemeanor whose statute of limitations had
run out, that they up charged into a felony on
a federal election, and that raises another issue of appeal.

Speaker 3 (03:42):
What will be yours?

Speaker 4 (03:43):
By the way, when you say records keeping, you know
the record keeping was they charged an election. If you
look a lawyer's fee a legal fee, and you call
it a legal expense, it's known you call a legal
fee legal. The bookkeeper spoke to correctly wrote a legal
expense for a lawyer that was paid.

Speaker 3 (04:05):
We have a similar case.

Speaker 2 (04:07):
Hillary Clinton funneled money to a law firm, and that
law firm hired an OP research firm, and that op
research firm hired a guy by Christopher Steele. That became
the basis of what I described as the dirty Russian
misinformation dossier. That became the basis of not one but
four FIZA applications, and it all turned out not to
be true. So in that case, well, nobody was charged.

(04:31):
Nobody was charged with top secret classified information. Our home
wasn't rated on our server, deleted subpoena emails, thirty thousand
of them. We didn't hear a bleach bit. Then you
have all the people that signed off on those warrants.
Nothing happens to them. Joe Biden, four locations, top secret documents.

Speaker 3 (04:49):
Nobody raided his house. That I guess we have come.

Speaker 2 (04:53):
We've added a new warri toor a lexicon, and that
is lawfare or weaponization of justice. So my question to
you is, and people are saying, actually, because of an
interview we did together, you said I would be dictator
for the day and just to secure the border and
drove for oil. I thought it was tongue in cheek.

(05:14):
I was sitting there with you. However, my question is
very serious one. You know, people are claiming you want retribution,
People are claiming you want what has happened to you
done to democrats?

Speaker 3 (05:28):
Would you do that?

Speaker 4 (05:28):
Ever, what's happened to me has never happened in this
country before.

Speaker 3 (05:33):
And it has to stop because wait a minute, I
want to hear that again. It has to stop. Well,
it does have to stop.

Speaker 2 (05:39):
Because we're not going to have a kind of you're elected,
what does that mean to find that?

Speaker 4 (05:44):
Look what I've gone through, nobody's ever gone through. I'm
a very legitimate person. I built a great business. Everything's
been I have been under siege. Nobody's ever seen anything
like this in this country. Now in other countries, in
other third world countries, who are banana republics, as they

(06:05):
say a banana republic, We've become a banana republic. At
the border, we become a banana republic. With so many
other elements of our country, we become a banana republic.
You take a look at what's happening with inflation, that's
a banana republic. Inflation what we have, I think it
could be as high as fifty percent if you add
everything in, when you start adding energy prices in, when

(06:27):
you start adding interest rates, which have gone from two.

Speaker 3 (06:30):
Percent, get to nine and ten percent.

Speaker 2 (06:32):
Focus on those that want people to believe that you
want retribution, that you will use the system of justice
to go after your political life.

Speaker 3 (06:44):
Number One, they're wrong.

Speaker 4 (06:45):
It has to stop because otherwise we're not going to
have a country. Look when this election is over, based
on what they've done, I would have every right to
go after them. And it's easy because it's Joe Biden,
and you see all the criminality, all of the money
that's going into the family and him, all of this

(07:06):
money from China, from Russia, from Ukraine. During one of
the interviews, I said, what about the three and a
half million dollars paid to the Biden family from the
mayor of Moscow's wife?

Speaker 3 (07:17):
What about that?

Speaker 4 (07:18):
And Chris Wallace defended him, said, you can't ask that question.

Speaker 3 (07:22):
Well, then it turned out to be a big deal.

Speaker 4 (07:24):
Long after that debate, that was one of the debates,
and it turned out to be a big deal. And
Chris Wallace said, we can't go there because we don't
know that it should turn out to be true. Millions
and millions of dollars.

Speaker 3 (07:34):
Now if we're going to dinner with her at.

Speaker 2 (07:37):
The Cafe Milano, And he said to America he never
once talked to his son, brother or anybody about their
foreign business deal.

Speaker 4 (07:45):
Well, he said it, and then you found out it
was absolutely untrue. Everything he says is untrue. There's never
been a president like this. Look, he's a horrible president.
He's destroying our country at the border. He's allowing millions
of people to come in from prisons, in jails, from
mental institutions and insane asylums, which is a step above,

(08:05):
a big step above a mental institution. He's allowing terrorists
to flood into our country. And the numbers are probably sixteen,
seventeen or eighteen million people. You're gonna have over twenty
million people. I think, I believe in a lot of
other people do too. By the time he hopefully gets out,
November fifth election day will be the most and by

(08:26):
the way, it starts on September twenty second, it starts
earlier because they're early voting, but November fifth will go
down as the most important election in the history of
our Country's going to be the most important day and
period in the history of our country.

Speaker 2 (08:42):
Will you pledge to restore equal justice, equal application of
our laws and this practice of weaponization?

Speaker 3 (08:53):
Is that a promise you're gonna make.

Speaker 4 (08:54):
You have to do it, but it's awful. Look, I
know you want me to say something.

Speaker 3 (08:59):
I want to I don't want to look naive. I
don't know what.

Speaker 4 (09:02):
They've done to the Republican Party. They want to arrest
on no crime. They want to arrest the person that
won the nomination in a landslide. There was nobody even
close in a landslide. The person that got millions of votes,
more votes than any other sitting president in history in
the last election, the person that won an election that

(09:25):
he wasn't expected to win against Hillary Clinton in twenty sixteen.
They want to arrest that person or no crime. They
want to arrest there was no crime, There was no criminality.

Speaker 3 (09:36):
There was no crime.

Speaker 4 (09:37):
And you can go back to all of these legal scholars.
They can't believe what's happening. Some of them don't even
like me, and they're saying, this is a very very
dangerous thing that's happening. Now. We can't let this happen,
and I will do everything in my power not to
let But there is tremendous criminality here what they're doing
to me.

Speaker 3 (09:58):
If it's going to continue, we're really not.

Speaker 4 (10:00):
Going to have much of a country left. It's really
it is weaponization. You call it lawfair, you call it
some people call it just warfare. But it is weaponization
of the election. And we're talking about I think the
most important election in the history of our country. This
while go down, I believe as the most important election
in the history of our country. We can't have this

(10:21):
stuff go on because you know what, when Biden goes out,
everyone says bye bye, and then he gets indicted two
days later and they go after him. The country doesn't
want that. And you know what, they didn't want it
with Hillary Clinton either. I thought it was I'd make
a speech. Everyone said, blocker up, block And I was
at a UFC fight the other night with Dana Wide,

(10:42):
who's a fantastic.

Speaker 5 (10:43):
A terrible reception. Yeah, well I'm tell them. I'm not
telling people don't understand. Sometimes we played it. It was
it was a pretty it.

Speaker 3 (10:54):
Was twenty five thousand people. Whatever they had going. Absolutely,
there wasn't a measured him. Know what.

Speaker 4 (11:00):
I watched and was very Some of the fighters too,
in particular, hated their opponent.

Speaker 3 (11:05):
And this one on for months.

Speaker 4 (11:07):
The fight, you know, was broadcast out and they announced
the fight, and the hatred was real.

Speaker 3 (11:14):
It was the real deal.

Speaker 4 (11:15):
These people, they have a lot of hatred and they
hated and then the fight ended and they're hugging and
kissing in the ring. They're down sitting on they're hugging
and kissing.

Speaker 3 (11:25):
It's like nothing happened. Happened on two fights.

Speaker 4 (11:27):
They were tremendous animosity between the two fighters and the
other two fighters.

Speaker 3 (11:32):
And at the end, that's what happened.

Speaker 4 (11:35):
And in a certain way, after we won against Hillary,
people accept you know, would say locker up, locker And
I said, wouldn't it be terrible if I locked up
the wife of the President of the United States former
and locked up the former Secretary of State. It's a
terrible thing. You know, you're starting if you want to

(11:56):
bring the country together. I want to bring the country together.
And success does bring country together. Because we had the
most successful economy in the history of our country just
prior to COVID, and even at the end I got
it back. It was an amazing thing. But we had
the most successful economy in history. And I was getting
calls from radical left people wanting to meet and I'm

(12:16):
telling you success African American, Asian, American, Hispanic American women, men,
people with the plomban's, people without the plombans, people that
went to MIT, Harvard and Wharton, people that didn't get
out of high school, the most successful economy we've ever had.

Speaker 3 (12:34):
And people on that, I would say, you call them
on the radical left call it whatever you want.

Speaker 4 (12:39):
Liberal people, progressive people, they were all called it, and
they were saying, let's get together.

Speaker 3 (12:44):
This is amazing.

Speaker 4 (12:46):
Nobody know, every single group, nobody has ever done better
than during that period of time in my administration, during
that period, and they wanted to get together, and it
would have happened, We would have happened. It was really
something I'm not sure I would have been able to
say to you that there was a way to unify.

(13:06):
Success will unify, and I think we're going to have
a tremendous success. We have to bring it back fast
because this country is we're a failing nation.

Speaker 3 (13:14):
We are really a failing nation right now. We're being
left at all over the world. There's two issues that
we're going to talk about.

Speaker 2 (13:19):
One is what I think the Democrats are going to
run on, and one I think of what the issues
you will be running on, Democrats, Democracy in peril, January sixth, abortion, abortion, abortion,
all of these issues. And then of course we have
this with one hundred and fifty three days out of

(13:40):
the election. Yesterday, Joe Biden, who'd been telling America that
the borders closed and the borders secure for over three
years and his vice president said it, and his spokespeople
had said it, and his Department Homeland Security secretary said it.
Then all of a sudden, they wanted to blame Republicans.
I don't have the power. Meanwhile, they did undo all

(14:00):
of your policies with the stroke of a pen. Now, finally,
yesterday he implemented a new policy. However, it's meaning two
million illegals a year, years if people are allowed to
come in, it's meaningless.

Speaker 4 (14:14):
It's a joke. Everybody knows. It has nothing to do
with border security. And he didn't need anything from Congress.
All he has to do is shut the border. You say,
shut the border, sign an order and the border will close.

Speaker 3 (14:25):
I did it.

Speaker 4 (14:26):
We had the best border, the safest border in history.
But your question is a large question because you're asking
a lot of things.

Speaker 3 (14:31):
Take abortion. For fifty two years, people wanted to get
rid of Roe v.

Speaker 4 (14:36):
Wade, And the people that wanted to do it were
legal scholars, lawyers, policies. Everybody wanted it to go back
into the state system, not the federals.

Speaker 3 (14:46):
The state's acidey.

Speaker 4 (14:47):
Let the states decide, the people decide, Let the states decide.

Speaker 1 (14:51):
Quick break right back. We'll continue more on my interview
with President Trump on the other side. We'll also get
your calls in next hour eight hundred and ninety four
one sean as we continue this. All right, here's more
of my interview from earlier this week with President Trump
at bar A Lago.

Speaker 4 (15:07):
Open borders, crazy, men playing in women's sports.

Speaker 3 (15:11):
Crazy. So I think the.

Speaker 4 (15:13):
Republican Party has done an amazing job in certain ways,
but they've never understood how to talk about and I
agree with you, it's hurt the Republican Party. It's hurt
some people. Exceptions is very important.

Speaker 3 (15:27):
I believe that. But what we did is we took
Roe v.

Speaker 4 (15:30):
Wade out of the federal government, put in the states,
and now the people are deciding, and in some cases
not everybody's happy, but the people are deciding, and I say,
let the states decide. This is every legal scholar wanted
this to be where abortions should be. And you know,
I've been following the issue very closely, but over the years,
I've followed it less closely, but I always noticed that

(15:53):
they always wanted to move it back to the States everybody,
and I was able to do that. And it's all happening,
and it's happening correctly.

Speaker 3 (16:02):
Let me ask you, are you following it all the
Hunter Biden trial? I am? Okay.

Speaker 2 (16:09):
Let me ask you about two aspects of it. There's
the legal aspect of it, okay. Case seems pretty overwhelming
on the gun charge in this case. In my opinion,
he does not quite have this hostile venue in Delaware issues.

Speaker 4 (16:22):
He's had a very friendly venue. I had the most
hostile venue you could have. We ask for a venue change,
and we ask for a judge change, none of which
and they wouldn't do it.

Speaker 3 (16:31):
Okay.

Speaker 2 (16:32):
So however, there's another aspect of it, and it's something
that if you look at like, for example, the fentanyl
flowing into this country that's killing our children in massive numbers,
and opioids killing our children in massive numbers.

Speaker 3 (16:46):
There is this issue that is very real.

Speaker 2 (16:48):
And I guarantee you there's not a person that's watching
this show that doesn't know somebody, family member, friend, neighbor
that hasn't had to deal with addiction. You've had to
deal with it in your life. You don't drink, no, never.

Speaker 3 (17:01):
Have no, never had a drink.

Speaker 4 (17:04):
I had a brother who suffered tremendously from alcoholism and
alcohol and it was a terrible thing to watch. He
was an incredible guy with the best personality. He was
the best looking person you've ever seen. Everything was perfect,
but he had an addiction. And so I understand addiction
because I you know, he was very close. He was

(17:25):
very close to me. He was incredible guy, but he
suffered it. And I've had many friends, but my brother
suffered tremendously from this addiction. In fact, he was older
than me, and he'd go out and say, never drink,
Never ever drink. Now, in those days, drugs were not prevalent.
You know, you didn't have that. But he'd say, never

(17:46):
ever drink. He knew exactly what he was saying. I
used to say, what does He always said, but I
never had a drink. You know, I'm not bragging about it.

Speaker 3 (17:53):
I know.

Speaker 4 (17:54):
One thing about addictions is a lot of people say,
what do you tell children.

Speaker 3 (17:59):
I say, if you.

Speaker 4 (18:00):
Don't have a drink, you're never gonna have a problem.
If you do have a drink, you have a good
chance that you'll be addicted or drugs, because now it's
drugs are probably equal to or greater.

Speaker 3 (18:10):
I mean, It'swha's so bad and they're.

Speaker 4 (18:13):
Dying from a drug the size of a pin head.
A little bit of fentanyl, literally what could fit on
the end of a pin can kill ten people. It's
crazy and so dangerous out there, and so many are
dying where they think they're getting something and going to
have a little fun on a Friday night and all
of a sudden they're dead because of the power of

(18:35):
what's happening. And the sad thing is that I had
an agreement with Presidency of China.

Speaker 3 (18:40):
I said, listen, you're killing our people.

Speaker 4 (18:43):
It's going through Mexico, and Mexico is paying a big
price also from me.

Speaker 3 (18:47):
It's going through Mexico coming through.

Speaker 4 (18:49):
Most of it is ninety five percent coming through the
southern border. I built five hundred and seventy one miles
of wall, and I had the Mexican Army protecting us.
I said, you're either going to protect us or are
going to charge of big tariffs. And got along very
well with the President of Mexico. They gave us tremendous protection.
During the time, we had the best level of numbers.

(19:09):
Nobody's ever had, numbers like the best we've ever had
in terms of illegal immigration. In fact, my last week
in office, we had less people coming into our country
than it any time before. But importantly we also had
drugs were down nineteen percent, twenty percent, and that's not enough.
And by the way, you'll never really solve the drug

(19:31):
problem unless you do what other countries do, and that's
the death penalty for drug dealers. Whether you have the
death a drug dealer or average will kill during that
person's life, five hundred people. Unless you have a death penal,
unless there's a something that there right now, they don't
even get charged with anything. If you don't institute the

(19:51):
death penalty for drug dealers, you'll never solve that problem.
You'll get it down to a number that like I
got it down actually at one point it was twenty
two two percent down. That was a good thing, but
you'll never solve the problem. We set up committees, we
set up all of this. The cartels are run by
very smart, very vicious people. They're pouring drugs into our

(20:12):
country now. The number coming in now compared to four
years ago is twelve times higher.

Speaker 3 (20:18):
Drugs.

Speaker 4 (20:19):
So it's not only people, it's not only human trafficking,
it's drugs. The drugs are pouring into our country totally unchecked.

Speaker 3 (20:26):
Back to the hunter.

Speaker 2 (20:28):
So you have sympathy for addiction, Okay, I think most
Americans do.

Speaker 3 (20:31):
Okay, that's not what the trial is about.

Speaker 2 (20:34):
And I think there are bigger issues involving the Biden family.

Speaker 3 (20:37):
We we touched on it earlier, and that is okay.

Speaker 2 (20:41):
How does somebody with no experience get paid millions of dollars,
goes on Good Morning America, no experience, oil, energy, gas
Ukraine millions of dollars. Then, of course Vice President at
the time, Joe Biden leverages a billion tax dollars to
get a prosecutor investigating the companies and business with the
sons and business with fired within six hours using a

(21:04):
billion of our dollars.

Speaker 3 (21:07):
There are others. You have statutal relations, there are real
legal issues. Excuse me.

Speaker 4 (21:12):
They're really big stuff, and their trial is Look, I
feel very badly for them in terms of the addiction
part of what they have right now, because I understand
the addiction world, and I've also not only a brother,
I've lost a lot of friends to addiction drugs, alcohol,
and there are other addictions also. Frankly, it would be
nice if people would do certain things and live certain ways,

(21:33):
but you're not able to they're just not able to
break it.

Speaker 3 (21:35):
I've had I've had friends that are so strong.

Speaker 4 (21:38):
My brother was a strong person. I've had friends that
were so strong, so powerful, they couldn't stay away from it.
Last of alcohol, they couldn't stay away from a drug.
They had to have a drug. But you know, the
way that you solve the problem, don't have them if
you don't have a taste for alcohol. I remember when
I was going to school college, I had a friend

(22:00):
he hated the taste of scotch. Hated it. It was like,
but he wanted to develop it because socially he thought
it was a good thing. You know, I sit down
with the bankers and you know, all the Wharton School
of Finance. They want to have dinners with bankers, right,
that's a big thing, and they want to He developed
this taste for scutch and by the time he finished,
he ended up being a very bad alcoholic. I mean

(22:22):
twenty twenty five years later he ended up being an
alcoholic and he couldn't stay away. I say, the way
you stay away just don't drink, Just don't have it.
If you don't have drugs, if you don't experience early on,
you're not going to have a need for it. You're
not going to have an addiction. If you don't drink alcohol,
you're not going to have an addiction. You're not going
to have this insatiable urge to have a drink. And

(22:45):
I say that to people with your children. They asked me,
what do you think of children? What do you tell them?
I say, no drugs, no alcohol. I also say no cigarettes.
Don't have the cigarettes. Don't have cigarettes. Don't have them.
I have friends they can't stop smoking. If they never
had a cigarette before, that have no problem. When I
look at a friend that can't stop smoking, I don't

(23:06):
understand why.

Speaker 3 (23:07):
It's hard to stop. You know, the smoke all over
the place.

Speaker 4 (23:10):
The fact is, if you never had a cigarette. I
never had a cigarette, I have no words to smoke.
But if you are, you get addicted. It has something
and you just can't stop.

Speaker 3 (23:20):
Let me ask you.

Speaker 2 (23:21):
Were you in the process of picking a vice president
because you're getting close.

Speaker 4 (23:26):
Well, yeah, but I think I'll announce who that person's
going to be during the convention. I think that's pretty normal.
During the convention, there will be an interesting period of time.

Speaker 3 (23:34):
I want to give me any names. No, but but
you look you don't want to. We have a lot
of good love for you to give me. We have
a lot of good you know, you'll be certainly maybe
the first to know.

Speaker 4 (23:42):
You know, in Afairness, we have some people that have
done a fantastic job in communicating the ills and the
assets and the advantages and the disadvantages of what we're
doing as a country and where we are as a country.
I mean, this is a very dangerous This is a
very dangerous time in America. We have a very corrupt

(24:06):
system of politics like we've never had before. And we
have to strengthen our elections, and we have to strengthen
our borders, and we've got to do something with our
country or we're not going to have a country left.
And you know, we're talking about other countries and respect.
They don't respect our president right now. And unless our
president is respected, we are in great, really grave danger.

Speaker 3 (24:29):
Yeah. You know, there is this issue of Robert F.

Speaker 2 (24:32):
Kennedy Junior, and I assume he's going to be in
the ballot, and I don't think a lot of conservatives
conservatives have examined his record. I'll scroll it now so
I don't have to read the NRAs A terrorist organization,
hashtag keep it in the ground. He doesn't want drilling,
he doesn't want fracking, he doesn't want any energy independence

(24:53):
at all. He has gone with every from everybody from Obama,
every radical left winger, and somehow they say he's conservative.

Speaker 3 (25:00):
And I think it really has to do with one issue, his.

Speaker 2 (25:04):
Opposition to the shot or the COVID shot or vaccination.

Speaker 4 (25:09):
By the way, I watched him the other night on
the show and he said he had no opposition to
it all of a sudden.

Speaker 3 (25:14):
But look, I know him well. He's radical left.

Speaker 4 (25:18):
His family is very radical left, and they hate him
for doing what because he's lying.

Speaker 3 (25:22):
It's not like he grew up conservative. He's very radical left.

Speaker 4 (25:26):
He's hurt New England and he's hurt in New York
so badly because what they've done on energy is a disaster.

Speaker 3 (25:33):
Their energy is through the roof.

Speaker 4 (25:34):
Because he doesn't want any drilling, he doesn't want any fracking,
he doesn't want anything no coal.

Speaker 3 (25:39):
He is a radical left guy.

Speaker 4 (25:41):
And because he came out at one point strongly against
all vaccines. Now is he against the polio vaccine? Because
polio was destroying the country, was destroying the world.

Speaker 2 (25:50):
Let me ask you about the demographic shift to keep
showing up in poll AFT to poll, aftter poll, and
you mentioned these demographics earlier, African Americans, Hispanic Americans, young people.
That is a big part of the Democratic coalition. And
you've heard people like James Carvel like really angry.

Speaker 3 (26:09):
And I've known James, I debated James over the years.

Speaker 2 (26:12):
I like him crazy, but like him.

Speaker 3 (26:15):
And he's a smart guy.

Speaker 2 (26:17):
And people like David Axelrod and Van Jones and even
Maureen Dowd, you know, powerful voices in the Democratic Party
sensing that that coalition is crashing. I would argue that
the radicalized party had left today is nothing like the
old Democratic Party.

Speaker 3 (26:37):
They've become the party of coastal elites.

Speaker 2 (26:40):
And the Republican Party, especially under you, has become the
party of hard working Americans, you know, rank and file,
the people. When you went out and you met those
construction workers during your trial, you know, USA, USA, that
wouldn't have happened maybe years ago, that a Republican would

(27:02):
get that response.

Speaker 3 (27:03):
Well, when you went to New Jersey, we were a
little surprised by the side of that crown.

Speaker 4 (27:07):
We had one hundred and seven thousand people it's the
biggest crowd they've ever had in New Jersey.

Speaker 3 (27:11):
Nobody's ever seen anything like it.

Speaker 4 (27:13):
But black people, African American people are screaming toward us.
They you know, I think one of the big reasons
because they had the best economy. We had the best economy,
best job numbers, best everything. During my presidency. Also, I
funded the historically black colleges and universities. I funded them.

(27:37):
They were coming to Washington every year, the presidents. Every
single year. They were coming to Washington looking for money
one of them, and I became.

Speaker 3 (27:45):
Friendly with a lot of them.

Speaker 4 (27:46):
They run the black colleges and universities, and they would
ask and I.

Speaker 3 (27:49):
Took care of them.

Speaker 4 (27:50):
I gave long term financing, much more money than they wanted.

Speaker 3 (27:54):
And they really like me. I will tell you they
really like me. No Democrat did that.

Speaker 4 (27:59):
But when you look at the things I did, criminal
justice reform, I got criminal justice reform.

Speaker 3 (28:04):
Obama couldn't get it. Nobody could get it.

Speaker 4 (28:07):
I've done more for black people than anybody since Abraham Lincoln.
And they understand it, they really understand it. And they
also had the best job numbers they've ever had. They
had the best job numbers they've ever had during the
Trump administration.

Speaker 3 (28:19):
Let mean, let me ask you a couple of things.
Merrick Carlins, by.

Speaker 4 (28:22):
The way, for Hispanics, Asso Hispanics, I think I'm above
fifty percent. This is you know, to somebody watching that
say four forth, it's so good about fifty percent. Republicans
are down at eight and nine percent. I think I'm
going to maybe win the Hispanic population. We had to
poll out today that African American thirty two percent for Trump,

(28:43):
thirty two percent. Robney got like four percent. I think
I'm a thirty two percent, and I think it's going
to grow. Look, Biden is a stiff. You talk to him,
you look at him. These are smart people. African Americans, Hispanics,
this people, they've gone through a lot. They look at
this guy and he doesn't know where the hell he is.

(29:05):
He doesn't know he's alive. And I think it's very
hard for them to vote for him.

Speaker 2 (29:13):
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Hang on for Sean's Conservative Solutions.

Speaker 1 (29:23):
Hey. Since the terror attacks of October the seventh, anti
Semitism has been on the rise, not just in Israel,
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We see it in Europe, we see it in Australia,
around the world. Now, we have proudly partnered with the
International Fellowship of Christians and Jews, and today I'm asking you,

(29:44):
my great audience, to stand with us with the IFCJ
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If you've never watched Shindel's List, you got to watch
it anyway. The pledge is simply asking Christians and Jews,
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(30:06):
support them, that they're not alone, you support their right
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Take us stand today, join us with the International Fellowship
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Sean as we continue to move along this Friday. Also
Clint Romache will join us and talk about an amazing
group called the American Warrior Partnership that helps vets on
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(31:10):
a lot of your calls coming up in the final
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