This is a rush transcript from "Hannity," June 6, 2016. This copy may not be in its final form and may be updated.
SEAN HANNITY, HOST: And welcome to "Hannity." And tonight, while the left-wing media -- they're focused on Donald Trump's comments about the judge that is presiding over the Trump University case, but what they should be talking about is the growing anti-American, pro-Mexican violent left-wing agitators who are now causing havoc outside of all of Trump's rallies.
Now, just last Thursday, Donald Trump supporters in San Jose, California -- they were harassed, beaten, assaulted and had eggs thrown at them while leaving a rally. Take a look.
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UNIDENTIFIED MALE: (EXPLETIVE DELETED). (EXPLETIVE DELETED). (EXPLETIVE DELETED). (EXPLETIVE DELETED). (EXPLETIVE DELETED).
UNIDENTIFIED MALE: Oh, my God. (EXPLETIVE DELETED). (EXPLETIVE DELETED). (EXPLETIVE DELETED).
UNIDENTIFIED MALE: Hey, hey!
UNIDENTIFIED MALE: Don't you (INAUDIBLE) Don't you put your hands on my...
UNIDENTIFIED MALE: Get away from me!
UNIDENTIFIED MALE: Walking out with our Trump sign, he grabbed my Trump sign and started following me, saying I was a racist and stuff.
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HANNITY: Now, what you just saw is far from an isolated incident. Now, similar protests have broken out all across the country outside of Trump rallies, resulting in clashes with the police, injured civilians, damaged property and much more. All were carried out by left-wing agitators, many of whom were cloaked in the Mexican flag.
What's behind these violent protests? Why is this story being overlooked by the mainstream media? Joining with us now with reaction, editor-in- chief of Lifezette, Fox News contributor Laura Ingraham, and former presidential candidate, Fox News contributor Herman Cain.
I want to go back to this video. I want to talk over it because you have this incident -- you have women being punched. In this particular case, a woman is surrounded by a mob. You see, again, they're coming out of a Trump protest, and you've got all these people confronted. You see a lot of Mexican flags in the audience.
In the case of this woman, there's a guy being attacked. Why? Just because he went to a Trump rally. you see this guy ends up bleeding because he got coldcocked from behind. You got the woman standing in the lobby gets egged in the face, and another woman gets punched. Look at this poor woman. She's standing right there in a lobby. Nobody's helping her. And if you look around the crowd, she's got Mexican flags being thrown in her face. You got people inside. Nobody stepped in to help this woman.
You know, we could talk all we want, Laura, about -- you know, in this particular case, they're going after this poor guy in the red shirt. He's running for his life. And then the media, of course, follows with their cameras, but nobody stops him. American flag is being burnt.
Here's the question, Laura. All of this is happening, but yet the media -- all they wanted to ask all weekend, all day long today was, Oh, Donald Trump's comments about a judge that, frankly, seems to have some radical associations.
LAURA INGRAHAM, FOX CONTRIBUTOR: Sean, what's obvious here is that the media -- they will not cover a story, certainly not fairly or adequately, if it cuts against their narrative. Now, what has their narrative been about immigration? Immigration is always good, illegal or legal, because it's the great melting pot. This is the great diversity. They're citizens in everything except a piece of paper.
We've heard all of these tropes for years during the amnesty debate. We hear that Donald Trump is wrong, that crime isn't coming into the country. These are patriotic American kids in everything but this citizenship formality.
Well, what these protests shows is that that, in many cases, is not true. In fact, what we're seeing on the streets of California is thuggery. The left would call it a hate crime, Sean, if these types of crimes were committed against any minority group that was considered protected, whether they be Hispanics -- of course, there are other minorities, maybe gay Americans. And I would be leading the charge if that was a hate crime, OK?
INGRAHAM: But now, it's, Well, Donald Trump is creating the environment that is fomenting this violence. Hillary Clinton said that three days ago, Sean. She blamed him for the violence.
Now, we know if the shoe were on the other foot, this would be a massive story. They would never let it go. But because there are many white people who are attending these rallies, a lot of them like Trump -- there are a lot of minorities there, as well, though, I understand from people who are inside -- that this violence is not only accepted, but many cases, it's excused and even validated by a media that hates Trump and frankly despises his supporters. So they -- I guess they deserve what they got.
HANNITY: Yes. Herman Cain, you know, Tammy Bruce had a good point. Make no mistake that this is not organic. This is not happening naturally, but this is the result of leftist organizing and even paid stooges, she says. Breitbart reported this is all Astroturf, you know, professional liberal leftist agitators, Black Lives Matter, Moveon.org, La Raza, some union groups and some others.
So really, it's the Democratic Party trying to foment this type of violence and hatred, but the media ignores it. Why?
HERMAN CAIN, FOX CONTRIBUTOR: They ignore it because the incident in San Jose -- you know, protesters, peaceful protesters don't bring eggs to a peaceful rally and they don't start throwing punches. This is a mountain that the media wants to ignore.
What he said about this judge is a molehill that they want to turn into a mountain. Why? The never-Trump crowd couldn't stop Trump. All of the other negative advertising and the negative perceptions for the last eight months couldn't stop Trump. The only thing they have left is violence to try to blame Trump for it and violence to try to make it seem as if all people of Hispanic descent are against Trump.
That simply is not true! They call my show. They call Laura's show. They are trying to create the perception he's inciting this violence. In fact, we believe that it's backfiring. Some people are saying this makes them support Trump because they can see through the media hypocrisy.
HANNITY: You know, and all of this has to do with comments (ph). People don't want to look at the fact, Laura -- I sat through an intelligence briefing. I was told in a seven-year period of time in Texas alone, 625,000-plus victims of crime in Texas alone by illegal immigrants, including murder, including rape. And all he's saying is control the border.
All he's saying on Muslims is if the national director of intelligence, the FBI director, assistant FBI director, special envoy to defeat ISIS and the House Homeland Security chairman all say ISIS will infiltrate the refugee population. Until Americans are safe, we will stop that program.
That, to me, on both issues seems reasonable. Why are some people reacting this violently to what seems to be a reasonable position?
INGRAHAM: Notice what's not being done over the last week. And I think Trump's campaign is working on getting its footing, as well, on this, but what is not happening? Hillary cannot point to a successful track record as secretary of state, Sean. They cannot point to a thriving, growing economy despite President Obama's absurd appearance in Indiana where he tried to claim that no one had anything to worry about. We got that jobs report that showed that a measly 38,000 jobs were created.
So we have a failed, muddled foreign policy. We have no economic recovery to speak of. We have tens of millions of Americans out of work. And so they shifted to, well, Trump is inciting violence, and Trump's a racist and Trump hates women and Trump hates Hispanics and all Hispanics hate Trump.
HANNITY: That's all you've heard about in the mainstream media, though, Laura.
INGRAHAM: That's all -- but Sean, but it shows you the power of the substance behind Trump's campaign, questioning globalization, the results to the American people, these trade deals and immigration. These are powerful issues that are drawing people from a cross section of America.
The Democrats are panicked right now. They are panicked. Despite Hillary probably wrapping this up, there's a lot of discontent among the Democrats. Republicans have to stay on message here, focus on what these people have tried to do, but what the plans are for the future, exposing Hillary all the way, the corruption at the Clinton Foundation, what you said about the for-profit cash cow that the Clintons got from that so-called university.
These are winner topics. Just have to stay focused on that. All the rest of this stuff is going to play out the way it should, I think.
HANNITY: Yes. Herman Cain, is what we're watching a preview of coming attractions with the conventions?
CAIN: Yes, because especially at the Republican convention, you're going to have much more violence like this. Why? They are desperate, as Laura said. They have no other alternatives in order to be able to distract and disrupt the Donald Trump momentum. It's not working, and it won't work. That's why they're resorting to violence.
And I do believe it's going to be more upcoming attractions, but more of the American people, correct-thinking people, Sean, are waking up to these tactics of the media and the left, and it's not going to work the way it may have worked long time ago.
HANNITY: All right, guys. Thank you both very being with us.
And coming up next tonight right here on "Hannity"...
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DONALD TRUMP, R-PRESUMPTIVE PRESIDENTIAL NOMINEE: They're thugs and they're agitators. They're bad people. I think they're sent by the Democrats.
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HANNITY: So who are the violent left-wing agitators outside of these Trump rallies? And how should police deal with them? Sheriff David Clarke, Sheriff Joe Arpaio will join us next.
Plus, the mainstream media -- all they want to talk about today is Trump University and that lawsuit and Trump's comments about the judge presiding over the case. Monica Crowley, Tucker Carlson weigh in.
And then we'll tell you about Bill Clinton's $16.5 million payout to his university and the controversy there that the media ignores, straight ahead.
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TRUMP: People that burn our American flag -- they're thugs.
UNIDENTIFIED MALE: What is your message to these people committing these acts of violence?
TRUMP: I would be very strong, if I were the police. I think Sheriff Joe Arpaio would not have let a thing like that happen. The people that are causing that problem, they're not my people. They're people that are outside. They're thugs and they're agitators. They're bad people. I think they're sent by the Democrats.
UNIDENTIFIED MALE: Do you have evidence of that?
TRUMP: Well, they have the Bernie signs. They got a lot of Bernie signs.
UNIDENTIFIED MALE: So they're Bernie supporters.
TRUMP: Well, they got Bernie signs, and they're the Bernie signs the same people -- they same signs that they use at their rally.
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HANNITY: Donald Trump over the weekend talking about the violent left-wing agitators outside his rallies.
Joining us now with more reaction to this growing unrest, Milwaukee County sheriff David Clarke, Maricopa County sheriff Joe Arpaio.
You know, when you see, Sheriff Clarke -- the San Jose mayor actually blamed Trump for the violence, but yet all these groups seem very well organized, very well prepared for violence. You know, that poor lady surrounded by guys with Mexican flags, throwing an egg right in her face, nobody protecting her, and getting in people's grill and then coldcocking people. You know, look at this poor guy get hit from behind. He's bloody and bleeding like crazy.
Then the mayor blames Trump! You know, that to me is, like, an Orwellian spin if we've ever seen one. What's your reaction?
DAVID CLARKE, MILWAUKEE COUNTY SHERIFF: Well, this is premeditated organized violence. And these are riot makers that show up at these events. And what the mayor said was obviously ridiculous.
But Sean, what I'm ticked off about right now is why Attorney General Loretta Lynch has not dispatched the FBI and dispatched lawyers from the Civil Rights Division to investigate and prosecute and identify people who are using the same type of tactics that were used in the Jim Crow South to frighten and intimidate blacks from participating in the voting process.
That's why this is done, to strike fear and intimidation in the hearts of these people who want to come and hear the candidate of their choice. This is constitutionally protected. This is a Civil Rights violation, and they're entitled to that same equal protection under the law as anybody else or any other protected class. But it appears to me that the United States Department of Justice doesn't care what's happening because these people are white and they're Trump supporters.
HANNITY: What's your reaction, Sheriff Joe?
JOE ARPAIO, MARICOPA COUNTY SHERIFF: Well, you know, I've been with the -- Donald Trump on many rallies. There are a few demonstrations here and there inside. It was taken care of. But I'm a little concerned about what's going on now. I think it's going to get worse. And this...
HANNITY: Yes, but Sheriff Joe, you know how to handle it. You don't back down. You don't blame -- you don't blame the people that are going to a peaceful political rally. In these cities, they're blaming the people attending and justifying the violence.
ARPAIO: Well, maybe I've had a little experience the last eight years with thousands of people demonstrating against me, including Sharpton with thousands and thousands. But that was a little different. Now we have the presidential candidate. A lot of people don't like him. I kind of feel for his safety. I'm an elected delegate, so I'll be watching his back when I'm in Cleveland.
But I think it's going to get worse. Cops -- I'm not going to criticize the police department, but you know what? When you go destroying police cars, they should be in jail. So I don't know what's going on in that San Jose down there, wherever it was...
HANNITY: What would happen...
ARPAIO: But some action has to be taken. Pardon?
HANNITY: It wouldn't happen in your jurisdiction.
ARPAIO: No, they'd be in jail.
HANNITY: You know, let me ask both of you this question.
ARPAIO: Be in jail.
HANNITY: Remember radical Angela Davis from the 1960s? She actually says -- urging people to do whatever is necessary to stop Trump. Now, Sheriff Clarke, if somebody where you live, in the county where you're the sheriff, made a comment like that, would you visit that person? That sounds like a death threat to me.
CLARKE: Well, you know, you want to be reasonable about this, but you look at the intelligence, you look at the information and then you look at the tactics. What you do is you start monitoring social media because there's a lot of buzz in terms of this organized violence on social media, and you want to disrupt and interrupt it, identify the people involved in it when they show up with these -- you need spotters in this situation.
But -- and you -- like -- like Joe said, Sheriff Arpaio said, you can't blame the front line officers. They're under orders to be passive in this thing, but that never works. It didn't work with the riots of the '60s. They tried that tactic. It failed miserably.
Their job one is to protect job and property. When you see people outwardly attack like that, they have visual evidence. They should be down there putting those stills up on the news, broadcasting it and putting up rewards for the identity of these perpetrators, just like they did when some idiot put bacon on the door handle of the mosque. The FBI put up a $5,000 reward and aggressively investigated that.
HANNITY: But this is the problem...
CLARKE: I want to see that same sort of assertiveness go on from the attorney general in these situations.
HANNITY: But Sheriff, we've already told these groups, Sheriff Arpaio, that, for example, in Baltimore, in Ferguson, we had videotape of lot of people breaking a lot of laws. They never used the videotape to arrest all the people that were involved in the violence and the burning and all this stuff that went on. So we let people get away with this time and time again. Aren't we sending a message, I guess it's OK?
ARPAIO: Yes, there's...
CLARKE: Sure, we are. And that's why it continues to grow. That's why it continues to grow and it will continue to escalate as long as they're given the signal that the police are going to be passive in it. And it's no slap at the police. It's the organizers, the police administrators who are putting these flawed plans together that are allowing cops...
ARPAIO: Sheriff Arpaio...
ARPAIO: Let me -- let me tell you, I've been through a lot of these demonstrations. What really burns me up -- I know it's the 1st Amendment - - is burning our American flag. Now, my birthday is Tuesday, Flag Day, June 14th. By the way, Donald Trump has the same day, born the same day. So I'm going to do something about our flag. You'll see on Tuesday what I will say about the American flag and do something about it.
HANNITY: I've never seen more Mexican flags than I see at these rallies.
CLARKE: When you start a fire -- when you start a flag on fire in a crowded area, that's careless handling of burning materials. So you don't go after the 1st Amendment-protected act of burning the flag, but there are other statutes that can be employed to arrest people, and that's not what's being done. There's no creativity when it comes to prosecution. Like I said, I think there's some Voting Act rights violations here...
HANNITY: It's a good point.
CLARKE: ... but again, there doesn't seem to be any interest by the attorney general's office...
HANNITY: All right, guys...
CLARKE: ... to do anything about this.
HANNITY: Thank you both for being with us. Appreciate it.
And coming up...
ARPAIO: Thank you.
HANNITY: ... the mainstream media is up in arms over comments Donald Trump made about the judge presiding over the Trump University case. We'll check in with Monica Crowley and Tucker Carlson.
Also, Bill Clinton -- did you know this? -- he made millions, $16.5 million to be specific, for a for-profit university that also has issues. Why isn't the media reporting that? We'll explain the case to you and more straight ahead.
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TRUMP: Look, I've had very, very unfair decisions. People said this should have gone away a long time ago in summary judgment.
I don't care if the judge is Mexican or not. I'm going to do great with the Mexican people because I provide jobs. So I don't care about Mexican. But we're being treated very unfairly, Bill, very, very unfairly.
No, I want to talk about how lousy the economy is. I want to talk about how badly we're doing against ISIS, how badly we're doing on the border. But every time I go onto a show, all they want to do is talk about Trump University.
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HANNITY: All right, that was Donald Trump earlier tonight talking about the media's obsession with the Trump University case. Here now with reaction, FOX News contributors Tucker Carlson and Monica Crowley.
I would say that he was inarticulate inasmuch as talking about the judge, Monica, and the heritage. But there are some real questions about whether or not this judge is radical, has an agenda. His connection -- he's not a member of the National Council of La Raza that believes in Asland and believes that the southwestern United States should go back to Mexico.
But he is with the La Raza lawyers' association. I took a look at what I think is their Web site in San Diego, and they offer help for illegal immigration. I think that's a big issue. One of the plaintiffs in the case, Robbins Geller -- OK, that chairman gave money to Hillary Clinton's campaign. And that same chairman, that same organization, gave 450 grand to Hillary Clinton and Bill Clinton for speeches!
MONICA CROWLEY, FOX CONTRIBUTOR: Yes, and that's just...
HANNITY: Two speeches.
CROWLEY: That's just the beginning, Sean! If you do a review of this judge and his associations, Donald Trump has every reason in the world to be concerned. Judge Curiel is an Obama appointee. He's a campaign contributor to Democrats, including the House Democratic conference chairman, Xavier Becerra. The lawyers' group to which he belongs, you pointed out, it is not the National Council of La Raza, but it is a Latino activist group.
The two law firms have senior partners -- senior partners, Sean -- that have donated to major Democrats, including Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama. So he has every right to suspect that he might be the victim of a political witch hunt here.
The question is, was it proper for him to go after Judge Curiel in the way he did it, or should he have removed public attention from this case, stop focusing attention on the Trump University lawsuit, and have his lawyers handle it, file a change in venue and so on? I think that probably...
HANNITY: Even Alberto Gonzales...
CROWLEY: ... would have been the smarter way.
HANNITY: ... he wrote an op-ped for The Washington Post. He said an independent judiciary is extremely important, but that value is not the only one in play here. And I think this is important, Tucker. There are real legitimate concerns about a conflict of interest, about whether or not recusal would have been appropriate for this judge in this case based on his stated agenda and associations, no?
TUCKER CARLSON, FOX CONTRIBUTOR: Yes. I mean, it's -- I mean, according to Monica -- Monica's totally won me over on that. Trump didn't at all. Trump muddied it, he confused it, he embarrassed himself, and me, as someone who is, you know, pretty sympathetic to a lot of the themes he's been raising here.
I mean, look, to the extent he talks -- as he said himself tonight -- he seems to have sobered up for a moment. If he talks about the economy and immigration and the death of the middle class and the tragedy of "Obama care" and what open borders are doing to the country, he wins. He beats Hillary Clinton for sure.
If he continues to talk about himself or Trump University or Mexican judges, he loses. It's really that simple. And so it's not about what reporters want to talk about. Who cares what reporters want to talk about? He's the presidential candidate. He can talk about whatever he wants.
HANNITY: ... double standard. Think about this...
CARLSON: Of course there is!
HANNITY: Remember, Monica, when Judge Sonia Sotomayor talked about "wise Latina." Wasn't there an inference there that her background, her diverse background would be a plus, an advantage, it would offer perspective she wouldn't otherwise have, or even the criticism to Clarence Thomas, you know, and the horrible names that he was called because he didn't fit into the mold that would add the perspective that liberals wanted.
CROWLEY: Right. Of course. Yes, of course. And what we're seeing here now is sort of a reversal of what the left has shoved down our throats for decades, which is white judges and white juries can't be fair, right? They can't be fair. If you've got an African-American or somebody else of color who is standing trial, they can't be fair. That's the assumption that the left has operated and shoved down this country's throats for a very long time.
CROWLEY: In fact, the U.S. Supreme Court's got eight members now with the death of Scalia, 7-1, with Clarence Thomas abstaining just said an African- American male should be able to revisit his death penalty sentence because the jury was all white. This just happened out of Georgia, OK?
This is what's happening in reverse. So Donald Trump then can't do the reverse. He can't raise the idea that perhaps because this man is a Mexican heritage or because he has this political ideology, he can't be fair to Donald Trump. Somehow, Trump is not right for raising that question!
CARLSON: Yes, but I think you -- you're making such a smart point, and it's impossible to disagree with it and with the larger point that the left only has power because of its race-baiting, of course, scaring people into voting because they claim the other side hates them based on the color of their skin.
But the question if you take three steps back is do you want to live in a country where only people of a certain race are only able to interact and judge those of the same race? And of course the answer is no, you don't. You want to reject that way of thinking and at least believe in the possibility of a colorblind society where people are judged based on what they do and say rather than their genetic --
HANNITY: But especially on this important issue of immigration, if you're a member of, again, not the National Council of La Raza, but la raza meaning "the race" attorney and lawyers association, and they also have a history and an association with helping illegal immigrants, that to me seems like you have a conflict. I would argue that you need some type of objectivity.
CARLSON: But that's totally fair. But then say that. Say that. Don't get off into this garbage about his parents. What is that? Here's the risk. The risk is that comments like that delegitimize the larger theme which is that unrestricted --
HANNITY: He's wrecking the case is what you're saying? He should have articulated it differently?
CARDONA: Yes. And he should also be making a broader case about the judiciary in this country. He should be saying, look, we have x number of judges in this country who are biased. A lot of them are on the left. A lot of them are legislating from the bench. And if you elect me president, I'm going to make sure the federal judiciary starting with the Supreme Court is stocked with conservative judges so we don't have this kind of issue.
HANNITY: Stay right there. When we come back, Monica and Tucker will stay with us. We have a HANNITY investigation. You will not hear this in the mainstream media. Bill Clinton, I bet you haven't heard this, he made millions of dollars, $16.5 million, as a matter of fact, for a for-profit university and, by the way, there are many complaints about this university.
And also tonight --
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TRUMP: Hillary Clinton wants to abolish the Second Amendment, wants to abolish it, abolish it.
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HANNITY: Donald Trump, he's been warning that Hillary, in fact, does want to abolish the Second Amendment. Wait until you hear what she said about this weekend about your Second Amendment rights. We'll check in with Stacey Dash, Eric Guster. They are here to weigh in as we continue tonight here on HANNITY.
HANNITY: Welcome back to "Hannity." So while the mainstream media, liberals attack Trump University, they are, of course, ignoring major hypocrisy from the Clintons. Now, Democrats claim they want to make college more affordable for everybody, but guess what. The Clintons got filthy rich off a for-profit university that took advantage of many poor people.
Now the Clintons' tax returns reveal that Bill Clinton earned more than $16 million as the honorary chancellor of Laureate International Universities, a subsidiary of Laureate Education Inc. We reached out to the Clinton campaign for comment. They haven't gotten back to us yet. If they do, we'll let you know.
Back with reaction, Tucker Carlson, Monica Crowley. All right, I want to lay this out here. He got in a four-year period of time $16.5 million. That's an awful lot of money. It was also revealed through one of Hillary's e-mails that as secretary of state she insisted that Laureate Education be included on a guest list for State Department dinner. That's only part of it.
A lot of Latin American countries, this is online and in school, they have had many problems. As a matter of fact, a Rio state legislator actually said, concluded this education is all about profit, not about knowledge. You have one student felt besieged by the university system. They didn't give her the discount she was promised. Another one said, "I knew I blew the test. I had no reason being in that school. They wanted the hundred." Bill Clinton is part of this. And it's also taking advantage of poor people. Why haven't we heard about this anywhere else?
CROWLEY: So there are two parts to this. Number one, Bill Clinton and by extension Hillary Clinton made $16.5 million from Laureate Education, a for-property educational organization.
HANNITY: There were five separate -- this is according to CNBC, Tucker -- five separate affiliates, by the way, charging $60,000 tuition. A lot of top schools don't charge that amount of money.
HANNITY: I'll read from CNBC. "Critics of Laureate's Walden University in Minnesota claim professors were inaccessible, that the continual delays stretched out the time, meaning the money that the kids had to end up paying to earn an advanced degree. And students filed lawsuits against Walden, the Laureate University affiliate, hoping to make a class-action suit in this case." Now, considering that sounds exactly like what the allegations are against Trump University, where's equal coverage?
CARLSON: Look, if you're a for-profit university, number one on your to-do list is to make sure that you get the left to stop criticizing you. For- profit universities have been a target for a long time of democratic politicians. And so what's the fastest way to stop criticism? Buy off your critics, $16 million.
So the question for Hillary Clinton is, what exactly did he do to earn $16 million in four years? Let's be precise here.
HANNITY: And they lost their accreditation. For example, Chile has a National Accreditation Commission, and they cited low graduation rates, a sharp increase in student enrollment without faculty members keeping pace, and it's classic behavior of schools cutting costs to increase revenue, and they took away accreditation in certain blazes.
CROWLEY: Yes. And there were actually a couple countries on this list, Sean, where Bill Clinton's face is plastered all over ads for Laureate Education, countries like Brazil where for-profits universities are actually illegal. So what were they even doing --
HANNITY: But when you're talking about Latin American countries you're talking about some very poor people that are being bamboozled in thinking their lives are going to get better and then milking them dry.
CROWLEY: Leftists are always complaining that we shouldn't turn education into a commodity. Well, here it is. The more important thing, too, I think is the chairman of Laureate Education, a guy named Douglas Becker, has very close ties to the Clinton Global Initiative. And you know who else is a donor to Laureate? George Soros.
HANNITY: Oh, isn't that great?
CROWLEY: The tangled webs we weave.
HANNITY: Sounds like one big happy family.
Here's the challenge, though. So Trump maybe should have handled this issue of explaining how the judge has bias, his connection to La Raza and some of the other issues we mentioned in the last segment. But the media doesn't even ask Clinton these questions. It reminds me, I had to literally hand feed George Stephanopoulos the one question about Bill Ayers that happened in the 2008 election cycle. Nobody else in the mainstream media ever asked the question.
CARLSON: So if you -- I just got finished reading today's pool report, which is a report of the mainstream news organizations that are covering Hillary Clinton. She just did an availability in Los Angeles. You should see the question, literally the questions she was asked today, an hour ago, were so much softer than the questions that, say, Miss America gets right after the swimsuit portion of their competition.
HANNITY: You mean like, how are you going to get world peace?
CARLSON: Yes. No, but how does it feel to be on the cusp of victory? What's it like to be the first potential female president? Like, why are you so great? Honestly, can you answer that? Questions like that.
HANNITY: Tucker, why are you so great? I just want to know.
HANNITY: Good to see you both. Thank you.
CROWLEY: Thanks, Sean.
HANNITY: Coming up next tonight right here on "Hannity" --
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TRUMP: Hillary Clinton wants to abolish the Second Amendment, wants to abolish it, abolish it.
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HANNITY: Donald Trump, he's been warning Americans that Hillary wants to abolish the Second Amendment. You won't believe what she said about your right to bear arms and the Second Amendment over the weekend. We have the tape and get reaction from Stacey Dash and Eric Guster as we continue.
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TRUMP: We're going to save our Second Amendment. Hillary Clinton wants to abolish it. Believe me, she wants to abolish our Second Amendment.
Hillary Clinton wants to abolish the Second Amendment, wants to abolish it.
I said it before. She wants to abolish the Second Amendment. Never, ever, ever going to happen. And she does. Believe me, she'll say, I don't want to -- you look what she wants to do, she wants to abolish the Second Amendment.
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HANNITY: That was 2016 presumptive GOP nominee Donald Trump on the campaign trail last week telling his supporters how Hillary Clinton, in fact, wants to abolish the Second Amendment. Well, yesterday Hillary was asked if she agreed that an individual's right to keep and to bear arms is a constitutional right. And she just, well, let's say, had a hard time answering. Take a look.
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UNIDENTIFIED MALE: Do you believe an individual's right to bear arms is a constitutional right, that it's not linked to service in a militia?
CLINTON: I think that for most of our history there was a nuanced reading of the Second Amendment until the decision by the late Justice Scalia, and there was no argument until then that localities and states and the federal government had a right, as we do with every amendment, to impose reasonable regulation.
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HANNITY: All right, joining us now, trial attorney, political commentator Eric Guster, and the author of the brand new book, I had the distinct honor and pleasure of writing the forward for it, "There Goes My Social Life, From Clueless to Conservative," our friend, Stacey Dash is back. By the way, love the cover. And your new haircut, that looks nice.
STACEY DASH, AUTHOR, THERE GOES MY SOCIAL LIFE: Thank you.
HANNITY: Is that illegal now?
DASH: No, it's not. It's not illegal. It's fine.
HANNITY: You know, you talk a lot in your life, the tweet that changed my life. You are a black American and you are a conservative. You even say you have a whole chapter in the book about how black Americans should be Republican.
DASH: Yes, all the time.
HANNITY: Now, if I live in a neighborhood like Chicago, maybe predominantly black neighborhood, and there's so much violence, I think I'd want a weapon to protect my family.
DASH: They do. They do want weapons, and they have weapons. And nobody's going to take their weapons, trust me. In anyone tried to take someone's weapons in the hood or in the ghetto, they would shoot them dead.
HANNITY: You look at, for example, Memorial Day, Eric. Look at the violence in Chicago. Out of control violence, people dead, 60 some odd people shot. I'm thinking this is Obama's hometown, he barely ever talks about it. He mentioned it like twice since he's been president.
ERIC GUSTER, FOX NEWS CONTRIBUTOR: He mentioned it more than twice. He's mentioned Chicago more than twice.
HANNITY: Three times, maybe.
GUSTER: But since we're talking about the presidential election, let's talk about the violence at Trump rallies.
HANNITY: We've already went through that.
DASH: I'm so glad you went there, you know?
GUSTER: The Trump rallies are the most-violent political rallies of our time.
DASH: Why do you think that happens? He's inciting it?
GUSTER: Absolutely. When you have a candidate who tells people to punch people out, it's going to happen.
DASH: OK. If that is the case who incited the violence at Kanye's concert last night?
GUSTER: Those are people in the streets who wanted to get into the concert.
DASH: Oh, I see.
HANNITY: What is amazing about this, I've got video of all of these people, we'll put it back up on the screen. We have a woman that is literally surrounded by an angry mob with Mexican flags pelting a woman with eggs. We've got another image of a woman being punched in the face, another image of a guy being punched in the face, another guy being chased by a mob. And somehow you want to turn this into Donald Trump? No. These are the people on your side. These are the people on your side. They are the people supporting Hillary and Bernie and leftist organizations and radical MoveOns of the world. Look at this poor lady. Really? Do you support that? Nobody stood up for that lady.
GUSTER: That should not happen. But it happens a lot on the Trump supporters.
DASH: The Trump supporters will not be bullied. We will not be bullied.
GUSTER: They are the bullies.
DASH: No, we're not. We defend ourselves. You're not going to bully us. That's all. We're not going to be bullied.
HANNITY: You don't see Trump supporters going to Hillary and Bernie rallies. They have better things to do with their lives.
HANNITY: This is like an organized mob showing up at every event and now getting more violent by the event.
HANNITY: Where does it end?
DASH: I think it's set up. I think it ends once he wins the presidency. That is when it ends.
Why do you think, and you go into this a little in your book, why do you think, if you look at all of the people that are now out of the labor force and you look at all the people that are now in poverty, 12.4 million Americans on food stamps and poverty, all these statistics show it is overwhelmingly minorities who voted for Obama that are worse off. But why does 90 percent of the black vote and a high percentage of the Hispanic vote always go for Democrats who make things worse for minorities?
DASH: Because I really don't think they understand the correlation between politics and their everyday life. And that is what I hope to show in my book.
HANNITY: And what happens for you, you know, you say from clueless to conservative, and you say every minority in America should look at those and they would be a Republican. Why isn't that happening?
DASH: Because no one goes into the ghettos and talks to them, no one on our side, no Republicans.
HANNITY: Rand Paul.
DASH: Rand Paul, that is one person. There's a lot of ghettos. We need a lot more people.
HANNITY: You believe in their God given potential.
DASH: That's right. You go down there and you do it. I know someone who has done it internationally. He did it in Afghanistan. He changed a complete village into a democratic village where they will not be overrun by ISIS because they will fight and win. And they are civil, nonviolent people now with educations, and jobs. We can do it here in America.
GUSTER: This would have been the year.
HANNITY: Our --
GUSTER: I want to counter something that Stacey said. This would have been the year the GOP could have gotten minority votes.
DASH: We are going to get them.
GUSTER: No, you're not. Not with Trump as the GOP nominee. That's not going to happen.
DASH: Well, I'm part of a campaign, and it is going to happen.
GUSTER: Not a significant amount of the minority vote. It simply won't happen. This could have been the year, but they have a candidate that is - -
HANNITY: "There goes my social life," are you getting less dates as a result of being a conservative?
DASH: No. It's Hollywood. Less jobs.
HANNITY: So it's less work.
DASH: Yes. Yes.
HANNITY: All right, thank you both for being with us.
When we come back, a very important "Question of the Day" straight ahead. Stay with us.
HANNITY: Time for our "Question of the Day." So who do you think is organizing these violent, anti-American demonstrations at these Trump rallies? Go to Facebook.com/SeanHannity, @SeanHannity on Twitter, let us know what you think.
Before we go, quick programming note. Be sure to tune in tomorrow night, 10:00 eastern. We'll be covering the primary, of course results, New Jersey, California, Donald Trump. Newt Gingrich will be here. That is tomorrow night, our usual time, 10:00 eastern.
That's all the time we have left this evening. As always, thanks for being with us. We'll see you back here tomorrow night.
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