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Father speaks out after young son targeted by anti-Trump mob; Pirro: Clinton should ask for special prosecutor

This is a rush transcript from "Hannity," June 9, 2016. This copy may not be in its final form and may be updated.

SEAN HANNITY, HOST: And welcome to "Hannity." And tonight, we have brand-new Fox News national poll numbers that shed light on the general election matchup between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. And earlier today, well, President Obama kind of half-heartedly endorsed Hillary for president, but it's probably not going to make a difference.

Our own "Fox & Friends" Heather Nauert -- she's standing by tonight at the "Hannity" big board with more on these polls -- Heather.

HEATHER NAUERT, "FOX & FRIENDS": Hi, Sean. Well, it's a close race right now between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, with a brand-new FOX News national head-to-head poll that shows Clinton with a slight lead over Donald Trump, with 42 percent to 39 percent advantage. But it's important to note that that lead is actually within the margin of error.

But other polls may spell some bad news for the now presumptive Democratic nominee. In terms of favorability, the latest Fox News polls show 56 percent of registered voters view her unfavorably. That's compared to 42 percent who have a favorable opinion of Hillary Clinton.

The new polls also ask voters about Clinton's private e-mail server scandal. Take a look at this -- 60 percent of voters say that Clinton is lying about how she handled here e-mail situation while she served as secretary of state. That's compared to just 27 percent who said she's telling the truth.

And then when it comes to putting our national security at risk by mishandling classified e-mails on her server, 57 percent say yes, she did put the country at risk, to 32 percent say no, she did not.

Sean, these are interesting numbers. They could have a major impact on the general election in November, but we'll, of course, be keeping an eye on these for you. Back over to you.

HANNITY: Oh, can you imagine 60 percent thought I was a liar? That would not be good for me.

NAUERT: That is not a good thing.

HANNITY: That's not a good thing.

(LAUGHTER)

HANNITY: Telling (ph) you (ph) I'm 101, tell the truth.

NAUERT: True.

HANNITY: All right, Heather Nauert, thank you.

And joining us now with reaction, editor-in-chief Lifezette.com, FOX News contributor Laura Ingraham. Laura good to see you.

LAURA INGRAHAM, FOX NEWS CONTRIBUTOR: Good to (INAUDIBLE)

HANNITY: There's a lot still to come here because we learned that the CIA may have been compromised. We learned she deleted 30,000 e-mails. Now 60 percent of people think she's a liar. We also learned that there was top secret satellite information, CIA compromised, and special access program, which is above top secret classification all found on those e-mails in the mom and pop shop in a bathroom closet.

So I think the people got it right there. How much does it impact the election, though?

INGRAHAM: I think that when you look at the numbers in this -- these polls, and especially this FOX poll, interesting questions of course, about trustworthiness, but also, Sean, when you look at the people who are really following the election, those are the majority Trump people. So he's lost a little ground for sure among independents and about 3 points shaved off from Republicans, but in that same time, Hillary hasn't grown at all. So she hasn't had any increase in her popularity.

I think Trump's been hammered, obviously, by this judge saying there are a lot of Republicans out there basically working for the Hillary campaign now, even though they claim to be Republicans. So that's taken some toll.

But on the question of favorability, honesty, trustworthiness, Hillary Clinton is a known commodity, and people don't like her. People now, I think, when Trump gives this speech next week, they're going to learn a lot more about the way he's going to handle her in this general election, and I think that's going to be fascinating to watch.

HANNITY: You know, but the more important polls -- let's be honest here. It's going to be, you know, the electoral votes that matter. And you know, I know it's not a big lead, but Trump now has a lead in Florida. It's dead even 44-44 in Pennsylvania. Other states that normally would be blowout states, Democrats beating Republicans, seem to be in play, like Connecticut and New Jersey, Michigan.

INGRAHAM: Right. Massachusetts.

HANNITY: Exactly. So I think it's too early to tell. I don't think anyone can make a prediction with any certainty right now.

INGRAHAM: No, these are fun snapshots. These are fun snapshots, and it's fun to dig into the questions. One of the questions I thought that was really funny is when the candidate comes on TV, do you turn up the volume or turn down the volume?

(LAUGHTER)

INGRAHAM: Everybody -- turns out that most people turn down the volume for Hillary, Sean. I know that comes as a big shock to you.

HANNITY: Shocker!

INGRAHAM: But they turn up the volume -- more turn up the volume for Trump. So I like those kinds of questions.

But you're exactly right. I think, in the end, this is a -- this is a campaign about status quo versus reform, and Trump says, I'm going to reform Washington. I'm going to turn the table upside down on these big issues, trade and immigration, spending. And I think that -- I think that frightens Republicans who are in the establishment.

HANNITY: All right, so...

INGRAHAM: They're really frightened, Sean, that not -- he's not -- they're not frightened he's going to lose. They're frightened he's going to win...

HANNITY: You know...

INGRAHAM: ... and their influence is diminished.

HANNITY: It's interesting because she never got to the magic number of pledged delegates.

INGRAHAM: Right.

HANNITY: If you take away the 571 superdelegates to Bernie's 48, and I'm a Bernie supporter, I'm pretty pissed off because I'm thinking, Wait a minute. This is it rigged. They stole it. Why are they all going with Hillary? It seemed like the fix was in from the very beginning.

She never got to the magic number on her own. She's 100-some-odd short. And President Obama goes, meets with Bernie today and then gives what looks like to me almost like a hostage-taking video endorsing Hillary!

Let me play part of it.

INGRAHAM: OK.

(BEGIN VIDEO CLIP)

PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA: For more than a year now across thousands of miles and all 50 states, tens of millions of Americans have made their voices heard. Today, I just want to add mine. I want to congratulate Hillary Clinton on making history as the presumptive Democratic nominee for president of the United States.

So I want those of you who have been with me from the beginning of this incredible journey to be the first to know that I'm with her.

(END VIDEO CLIP)

HANNITY: I'm so enthusiastic, I can barely get the words out!

(LAUGHTER)

HANNITY: It's like a hostage video!

(CROSSTALK)

INGRAHAM: We've seen -- I mean, he's really excited when he has those Hollywood celebrities come in and do those concerts, like Paul McCartney and Stevie Wonder.

HANNITY: Exactly!

INGRAHAM: I mean, Obama is excited about that, but Sean, he didn't seem all that thrilled. I completely agree with you on that.

And I think also, he's been hearing Hillary kind of trash the recovery. I mean, yesterday, in those interviews, she's saying, Well, I'm going to help all these people who are underserved in this economy in Appalachia and Baltimore and Chicago. She ticked -- you know, ticked off all these places that apparently have no jobs and are not getting any of the so-called recovery that didn't really happen.

HANNITY: Yes.

INGRAHAM: So that's kind of an implicit indictment of the Obama record, so he's probably not all that happy about that, either.

HANNITY: Considering if you look at all of the exit polls and all of these different primaries and caucuses that we've gone through that have -- we now finished as of Tuesday, you know, 60-some-odd percent of Republicans feel betrayed by the Republican Party. They feel they're timid, they're weak, they're ineffective, that the Obama agenda got passed.

And I understand, all right, Paul Ryan didn't like the comments about Donald Trump and Trump and the Trump University judge case, et cetera. He's -- but again, he's going out in harsher terms than I have ever heard him on "Face the Nation" this weekend, going back to the "R" word. When did he ever say about, you know, Barack Obama, I have a typical white grandmother, white folks' greed runs (ph) a world in need, black liberation theology, or...

INGRAHAM: Or how about Michelle? How about Michelle Obama, you know, My husband could get shot just going to the gas station, you know, I mean, all these comments they made during the first...

(CROSSTALK)

HANNITY: Why is he harder on Trump than he's ever been on Obama? Why are a lot of them doing that?

INGRAHAM: Well, because they see Trump as an existential threat to their - - their -- their agendas. I mean, on the critical issues that we've hammered on this show, trade and immigration -- I mean, Paul Ryan is a guy who thinks that most of these trade deals are good deals. And I know he's kind of reexamining TPP, but that's only because of the rise of Donald Trump.

So he -- Trump's victory in November -- if Trump wins, that's the reorientation of the Republican Party away from Bushism and toward a more populist view of -- of policies. That is what threatens these guys. And so right now, many of these Republicans -- I'm not saying Ryan, but a lot of these Republicans have more in common with Hillary than they do with Trump. And I think that's OK because and now we know where everybody stands!

HANNITY: But isn't this open sabotage at this point?

INGRAHAM: Yes, it is. And voters have a long memory.

HANNITY: All right, Laura Ingraham, thanks so much.

INGRAHAM: Great to see you.

HANNITY: And coming up night -- next on this busy night tonight here on "Hannity"...

(BEGIN VIDEO CLIP)

HILLARY CLINTON, D-PRESUMPTIVE PRESIDENTIAL NOMINEE: What's happened is tens of millions of dollars of negative advertising and coverage that has been sent my way.

(END VIDEO CLIP)

HANNITY: Hillary ignoring her many scandals and blaming her historically high unfavorable ratings on negative advertising? We'll check in with Peter Johnson, Jr., Lisa Boothe, Leslie Marshall. They are here with reaction.

And also tonight...

(BEGIN VIDEO CLIP)

BRET BAIER, HOST, "SPECIAL REPORT": The Clinton Foundation investigation, the FBI investigation, the e-mail, you're saying zero chance that this is a problem for you in this election.

CLINTON: Absolutely. That's what I'm saying. That happens to be the truth.

(END VIDEO CLIP)

HANNITY: So is Hillary in denial, telling Bret Baier that she's confident the server scandal will not have an impact on the general election?

Also tonight, two shocking videos show a 14-year-old boy being chased down and attacked and tackled and woman being pelted with eggs for simply being a Trump supporter. This is just outside a rally. The boy's father, the attorney for the woman will be here tonight in a "Hannity" exclusive as we continue.

(COMMERCIAL BREAK)

(NEWSBREAK)

HANNITY: Welcome back to "Hannity." So Hillary Clinton -- she's trying to spin the reason for her sky-high unfavorable ratings. Now, she claims it has nothing to do with her many ongoing scandals. Take a look.

(BEGIN VIDEO CLIP)

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: Fifty-two percent of the American people who participated in our CBS News poll have an unfavorable opinion of you. That is the highest negative impression of anyone ever nominated by the Democratic Party since we started asking that question in 1984. Do you bear any responsibility for that?

CLINTON: Oh, I'm sure I do. But I think when I was secretary of state and serving our country, I had an approval rating of 66 percent. And I think it's fair to ask, Well, what's happened? And what's happened is tens of millions of dollars of negative advertising and coverage that has been sent my way.

(END VIDEO CLIP)

HANNITY: All right, here with reaction, Fox News legal analyst Peter Johnson, Jr., Washington Examiner contributor Lisa Boothe and Fox News contributor Leslie Marshall.

All right, Peter, let's put up on the screen the new Fox News polls.

PETER JOHNSON, JR., FOX LEGAL ANALYST: Sure.

HANNITY: We talked about it earlier. All right, is Hillary lying about the e-mails and how they were handled, 60 percent yes. All right, did she put U.S. security at risk with classified e-mails? Well, we learned today that, in fact, that CIA agents in the field -- their names may have been compromised through this. That means their lives would be put in jeopardy.

If you have numbers that high and she's making the claim no big deal, is she playing a game or does she maybe know something that we don't know?

JOHNSON: I mean, she knows how to deceive pretty well, and probably not as well as...

HANNITY: She's a pro.

JOHNSON: ... a lot of folks do, and that this is about polling, negative ratings and this is about bad commercials somehow? When you have a history of engaging in conduct like this, and over a couple of years, people understand it, when you have a server that's a home-brew server that is susceptible to Russian intelligence and Chinese intelligence, when you engage in conduct like that, when you engage in all the conduct that we've read about, then people are smart. Americans are smart. They understand that there's an honesty, a trustworthiness, a credibility issue, and that impacts things in a huge way.

HANNITY: Lisa...

JOHNSON: Huge!

HANNITY: ... I'm a little torn because I do agree with Newt Gingrich when he says Donald Trump is at his best when he goes big. He's talking about giving a speech which would rehash a lot of the Clinton scandal on Monday. Should he really be comparing and contrasting the visions for America? And also, I would -- I would certainly dip into the fact that she has an honesty and trustworthy issue as a problem. But what's the best campaign strategy, is what I'm asking.

LISA BOOTHE, HIGH NOON STRATEGIES: Well, I think compare and contrasting is important, but I do think it's important to bring up this e-mail -- her private e-mail server and private e-mail scandal because it does have an impact with voters. As you mentioned, 60 percent think that she did something wrong when it comes to the private e-mail and private server.

And look, she -- she's trying to chalk this up to negative advertising, somehow, some sort of Republican witch hunt. Guess what? She's being investigated by the FBI. We also know that she has already done something wrong. The State Department's IG report says that she broke...

HANNITY: Very clear.

BOOTHE: the department rules. And we'll soon know if she broke the law from the FBI. Further, the Associated Press and The New York Times are the ones who broke the story in the first place.

HANNITY: You know, the IG report was very clear, when, you know, senior department officials were not asked to approve her private e-mail server. She told a lie about that, according to the IG report. Lie number two is, you know, she said her staff had to shut down her server temporarily because of hacking attempts. She lied and said there was never an attempt to do that. That's a contradiction.

Also, if you look, Colin Powell -- he didn't use a personal e-mail server like Hillary Clinton, and she's tried to make that analogy. And number four, she -- her production of e-mails was incomplete in spite of her saying over and over again, I handed over 55,000 pages. Well, that's after you deleted 30,000 e-mails.

LESLIE MARSHALL, FOX CONTRIBUTOR: First of all...

(CROSSTALK)

HANNITY: Those are all specific lies.

MARSHALL: If we're looking at polls based on, what does the American people think about the two people now...

HANNITY: You're not answering my question.

MARSHALL: ... the presumptive Republican and Democrat nominee for president, Hillary Clinton actually polls higher with approval than disapproval...

HANNITY: You're not answering my question.

MARSHALL: ... compared to Donald Trump. And he doesn't have an e-mail...

HANNITY: The IG of the State Department...

MARSHALL: ... server issue or an investigation.

HANNITY: The inspector general of the State Department says she's lying! If you look at her words and you compare it to what they say, they are saying she's lying!

MARSHALL: So are we saying, then, that the American public would not vote for any politician that may have not been 100 percent honest, or are we concerned that there was is a criminal issue here?

(CROSSTALK)

MARSHALL: ... is there an issue of negligence? Is there any issue of recklessness...

JOHNSON: All of those...

MARSHALL: ... of poor judgment, or is there an actual investigation that would lead to an indictment? I don't think so.

JOHNSON: Should I answer that?

MARSHALL: Yes, please.

JOHNSON: It's all of those issues. And negligence is part of the criminal statute. It's not only...

(CROSSTALK)

JOHNSON: Absolutely. There's an understanding that Hillary Clinton has created this mini-legal community to defend her conduct. There's a whole constellation of her aides that have taken on lawyers that her folks are being -- helping pay for, the government is paying for, based on her conduct in not meeting requirements of the law. And so she said, you know, I have to speak to the IG because I handled that publicly. And then she said to Bret Baier...

HANNITY: She said she's transparent.

JOHNSON: Well, no, I don't expect any problems with this. This is all good. This is not all good!

(CROSSTALK)

HANNITY: Hang on. Go ahead.

BOOTHE: Well, listen, riddle me this. When in our nation's history have we had a major party nominee who's facing a federal investigation by the FBI? The fact that Hillary Clinton is the Democratic nominee is mind- blowing.

(CROSSTALK)

MARSHALL: So when in our nation's history have we had somebody stand up and say Mexico doesn't send us its finest and talks about an entire ethnicity, Mexican-Americans, does not say illegal, about being murderers and rapists? When do we have...

HANNITY: Excuse me!

(CROSSTALK)

HANNITY: That's not true!

(CROSSTALK)

HANNITY: Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa! Leslie, stop. Stop. Leslie, Leslie, Leslie, Leslie, you cannot say things that are so factually inaccurate. He called for...

MARSHALL: When did Donald Trump say illegals, Sean?

HANNITY: Can I talk, please?

MARSHALL: Yes.

HANNITY: OK. He talked about people that have -- I sat through a security briefing with Governor Rick Perry. There were over 625,000 crimes in an eight-year period in Texas committed by illegal immigrants, including rape and murder. Fact.

Issue number two, he never said a ban of all Muslims. He said a temporary ban on Muslim immigrants because the FBI director, assistant FBI director, the chairman of Homeland Security, the former special envoy to defeat ISIS and our national director of intelligence all said ISIS will infiltrate the refugee population, like they did, Peter, in Belgium and in Paris. That's the fact. That is a more accurate description...

(CROSSTALK)

JOHNSON: We're going to engage in straw person arguments. The issue that we're talking about at this point is that Hillary Clinton could potentially, but for the president's intervention, face an indictment with regard to her conduct.

There has been no explanation as to why, apart from criminal conduct, you would have such bad judgment that a secretary of state, maybe the second most powerful official in the United States -- that you would open yourself up to the world, that you would put your own personal interest above yours and yours and yours, Sean, and mine and our families. That's what Hillary Clinton did.

(CROSSTALK)

JOHNSON: And that is wrong.

MARSHALL: So you don't trust the FBI...

(CROSSTALK)

MARSHALL: So trust the FBI to do their job.

(CROSSTALK)

BOOTHE: Defense Secretary Gates also said that it is highly likely that Russia, Iran, all were...

HANNITY: Oh, I believe all of that.

BOOTHE: ... able to hack in...

(CROSSTALK)

HANNITY: Well, they may recommend -- they may put forth a criminal referral. What will the Department of Justice do? What will Loretta Lynch do at that point?

UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: I think she would follow it.

All right, coming up next tonight right here on "Hannity"...

(BEGIN VIDEO CLIP)

BRET BAIER, HOST, "SPECIAL REPORT": The Clinton Foundation investigation, the FBI investigation of the e-mail, you're saying zero chance that this is a problem for you in this election.

CLINTON: Absolutely. That's what I'm saying. That happens to be the truth.

(END VIDEO CLIP)

HANNITY: Hillary says she's confident that the FBI probe into her private e-mail server scandal will not have an impact on the general election. We will check in with Judge Jeanine. That's coming up next.

And later tonight, disturbing videos outside of the Trump rally in San Jose. You see that 14-year-old boy being chased and tackled and assaulted by a mob. We see this woman being viciously pelted with eggs. Why? Because they support Donald Trump. The teen's father and the lawyer for that woman join us tonight in a "Hannity" exclusive as we continue.

(COMMERCIAL BREAK)

HANNITY: And welcome back to "Hannity." So Hillary Clinton seems extremely confident that her private e-mail server scandal and the ongoing FBI investigation is not going to have an impact on the general election. Now, here's what she told our own Bret Baier last night. Let's take a look.

(BEGIN VIDEO CLIP)

BAIER: The Clinton Foundation investigation, the FBI investigation of the e-mail, you're saying zero chance that this is a problem for you in this election.

CLINTON: Absolutely. That's what I'm saying. That happens to be the truth.

(BEGIN VIDEO CLIP)

HANNITY: All right, so how can Hillary be so certain? Does she know something maybe we don't? Here with reaction, the host of "Justice," Judge Jeanine Pirro, is with us. Here's what we learned this week. This is fascinating to me. OK, we learned CIA agents -- apparently, their identities were compromised in the course of this e-mail server.

We also learned that not only did we have top secret information on there, we had satellite imaging of North Korea's nuclear sites. We also had special access programs. For those of you that don't know, that's a higher classification than top secret.

So put all of these things together, it is the duty of any government official to protect that, and not securing that is in and of itself a crime!

JEANINE PIRRO, HOST, "JUSTICE": Well, not only is it a crime, it's about 15 different crimes. But you see, for Hillary Clinton, it's not about securing the, you know, privileged information that our country needs. It's about her. It's about her communicating and only two other people seeing it, Huma Abedin and her pitbull lawyer Cheryl Mills.

So you say to yourself, why would she want to do this? Why would she have a server that only they were on? She wanted...

HANNITY: I have the answer.

PIRRO: Go ahead.

HANNITY: She wanted to prevent Congress from having their oversight which they are entitled to with coequal branches of government.

PIRRO: And not only congressional oversight, Freedom of Information laws!

HANNITY: That's true.

PIRRO: She didn't want Americans knowing what she was doing! And the third thing -- the Clinton Foundation. I would bet my bottom dollar that server was set up so that she could continue to raise money for the foundation, no one could know about it, and then she says, Oh, there were accidentally just a few disclosures that I forgot to put on the foundation.

HANNITY: OK, but the problem is, is we lost 30,000 e-mails that she says were about a funeral, a wedding, yoga, and communicating with her husband, who doesn't have an e-mail account.

PIRRO: He said he had one e-mail...

(CROSSTALK)

PIRRO: Yes, 30,000. You know what, Sean? I believe the FBI has those e- mails. And what I believe...

HANNITY: You think they were able to recover them.

PIRRO: Absolutely. You get a tech guy -- look, these were -- these were low-level technicians.

HANNITY: So then -- so then, obviously, they would prove that she's lying. They would prove exactly what you're saying. Why is it taking so long? And will the FBI put forward a criminal referral?

PIRRO: Because there is a lot of back and forth going on right now...

HANNITY: Between?

PIRRO: ... between the Department of Justice, Loretta Lynch, who works for Barack Obama, and Jim Comey, who does not work for Barack Obama. He has a 10-year term. He is appointed by Barack Obama, but he is independent and one of the most ethical guys I know. So...

HANNITY: So if he finds wrongdoing, you're confident...

PIRRO: He will make a referral.

HANNITY: He will make a criminal referral, the FBI director.

PIRRO: Right. And...

HANNITY: And if they don't act on it, will he resign?

PIRRO: I don't know if he'll resign. I haven't spoken to him about that. But I'll tell you right now that she should be asking right now for a new special prosecutor to investigate this case because when her boss, Barack Obama, says, I am endorsing Hillary Clinton for president of the United States, he is conflicted. When he has already said there was no national security that was endangered, she was just being careless, that tells me that he's putting the brakes on everything! And it tells us...

(CROSSTALK)

HANNITY: Now, apparently, he met today after he met with Bernie Sanders, on his schedule, he was to meet with the attorney general, Loretta Lynch. When he said that, was he sending a code? Was he sending a message, Don't touch this?

PIRRO: Without a doubt! And he's has been trying to send that code since October of 2015, when he did "60 Minutes" and said...

HANNITY: So he wants...

PIRRO: ... there was no risk here at all. It was just carelessness. How do you know? If you say, Mr. President, that you're not interfering with the investigation, what do you know? What you know is that you got e-mails from her on a private server. You responded. As a result, Mr. President, you will be a witness if there were to be a criminal case!

HANNITY: Oh, you are talking about 20-some-odd e-mails that apparently Obama sent to the secret server.

PIRRO: Yes! She sent to him and he answered.

HANNITY: But we don't know what the substance of those are yet.

PIRRO: I don't care! He knew she was on a secret server! He knew this was not a .gov. And by the way, Sean, the question I asked right from the beginning -- how does a woman who's secretary of state do her job for four years and not have one classified or SAP e-mail? What the hell was she doing?

HANNITY: It turns out she did, though. It turns out she lied.

PIRRO: (INAUDIBLE)

HANNITY: It turns out that all of this was a lie. You know, the scary thing is, though, if, in fact, the FBI -- I don't understand why it's taking so long. We have read and Catherine Herridge and others have reported that they have expanded the investigation out into the quid pro quo as it relates to the Clinton Foundation.

Here's something we learned this week. All the talk about Trump University -- well, the chancellor of Laureate University, a for-profit college, was a guy by the name of Bill Clinton. He got $16.5 million in four years. It has been investigated by many third world countries because it's viewed as a money-making scheme. But more importantly, the State Department gave Laureate University $55 million!

PIRRO: OK. Are you surprised?

HANNITY: Yes!

PIRRO: Because this is all about money in the end. Money buys power. What you've got with the Clinton Foundation...

HANNITY: Isn't that a quid pro quo? Isn't that a kickback?

PIRRO: It's called "pay to play." People go to jail for it all the time. I used to prosecute those cases.

HANNITY: So if somebody's -- if you used your government position to funnel money to the university where your husband's getting $16.5 million...

PIRRO: Yes, it's classic.

HANNITY: ... that's a kickback.

PIRRO: It's a classic kickback. It's a classic conspiracy.

(CROSSTALK)

HANNITY: They get away with everything!

PIRRO: It's wrong, Sean. It's wrong. And I wish the American people understood the significance.

HANNITY: All right. Thank you, Judge. Good to see you.

Coming up, two shocking videos, a 14-year-old boy being chased and attacked by an angry mob, and a woman hit in the face with an egg just for being Trump supporters outside a rally. We're going to check in with the boy's father and the attorney for the woman will be here tonight in a HANNITY exclusive, that and more. And also tonight Hillary Clinton claims she's for the everyday American, but the reality is she's completely out of touch. And by the way, does she have the temperament to be president? We've got some video and audio you need to hear straight ahead.  

(COMMERCIAL BREAK)

HANNITY: Welcome back to "Hannity." So following the violent protests outside a Donald Trump rally in San Jose last week shocking video has now emerged of Trump supporters getting harassed and threatened and even assaulted by leftwing agitators. One particularly disturbing clip shows a young boy, watch him there, being chased by a very angry mob of protestors through the streets of San Jose, eventually being tackled and thrown to the ground.

And that's not all. Another egregious video, this one shows a female --

JACKIE IBANEZ, FOX NEWS CORRESPONDENT: America's news headquarters. I'm Jackie Ibanez. We're having a little problem there with "Hannity." But we will get back to in a moment.

But first, the U.N. Security Council condemning yesterday's deadly shooting yesterday in Tel-Aviv, Israel. A statement approved by all 15 council members expressed sympathy to the families who lost loved ones. Here you can see the terrifying attack unfold at a busy market there. Two Palestinian men dressed in suits stormed a restaurant and then opened fire. Diners then jumping to their feet trying to escape all this chaos. Authorities say both attackers have been taken into custody tonight.

France remains in a state of emergency as it prepares to host the Euro 2016 soccer championship. And 24 teams will play 51 games between tomorrow and July 10th. Security forces will be posted at 10 different stadiums during that time. The Euro is considered to be the second be most prestigious soccer tournament after the World Cup. France estimates 2.5 million people will extend those games.

Opening statements today for a third Baltimore officer standing trial in the death of Freddie Gray. Prosecutors say Caesar Goodson was driving the police van when Gray suffered a spinal injury in April of 2015. He died a week later. A judge today denied a request from the defense attorneys to drop those charges.

And now we will go back to "Hannity" which is already in progress.

CRAIG, SON ATTACKED AT TRUMP RALLY: -- started chasing after him. And meanwhile I'm having my Trump signs ripped out of my hands and spit on and everything else.

HANNITY: It's got to have been a scary thing. Your son got hit how many times?

CRAIG: He got hit twice in the back of the head. He had two big lumps on his head at the end of the night, and he got a cone thrown at him, too, by somebody.

HANNITY: You can't fight an angry mob. I trained in martial arts. I would fight a mob that big. You're going to get killed. So even after he got tackled hear for no reason and he got tackled pretty hard, and then another guy tried to hit him with some orange thing and then he took off again, was he safe after that? And where were the police?

CRAIG: After that he was about halfway to the police line, and he got up and ran to the police line, and then after he crossed the police line they asked him if he was OK, and that was about it. Then the police had other things to worry about, I guess. I don't know. I tried to -- I seen him go through the police line. I tried to get over to the police line to check on him, and they wouldn't let me through. And I kept saying that's my son, that's my son, and the guy said get back, get back.

HANNITY: Unbelievable. But the police saw that this mob was chasing him. Why didn't they break ranks? Do you think they were told to stand down.

CRAIG: That's what I've heard from numerous people, even people who are police officers, they were told to let the protesters protest. These weren't protesters. These were people looking for a fight. There was no one chasing my son trying to exercise his First Amendment rights.

HANNITY: And what did the fire department do to him?

CRAIG: Nothing. He tried to jump on the truck as you can see in one of the videos. They rolled up the window and drove off. I don't know where they were headed. I don't know what they were doing.

HANNITY: This scene a pretty chilling. To see how big that mob is chasing your son is scary.

Let me if I can go to Ms. Dillon. We saw the video over and over again. Your client is being surrounded by a mob. You can see Mexican flags being waved in her face. And it looks like somebody walks up at point blank range and hits her with an egg. Is that all that happened?

HARMEET DHILLON, ATTORNEY FOR WOMAN EGGED AT TRUMP RALLY: No, Sean. And I was actually there to, and this mob, I was at the event and I can tell you that what Craig described is absolutely accurate. There were 250 police officers lined up there. They stayed in formation and they didn't do a thing to help all of the people who were being attacked. She had a Trump jersey on and I think that is one of the things that caught the attention of this mob of criminals. They pursued her and chased her to the doors of the Marriott. What you see there --

HANNITY: Did she get punched as well?

DHILLON: She got shoved and she got several things thrown at her. The egg was one thing. She was very frightened for her life. She tried to get inside the Marriott and they had shut the doors from the inside, too. It was a very upsetting situation.

HANNITY: There was one piece, and I want to give you an opportunity to debunk this. There was one piece I saw on the Internet somewhere that said she was taunting the mob. I don't see that at all. Did that happen?

DHILLON: Not in that video. They started it, and she probably talked back like saying hey, go away. So she did interact with them before that egg was thrown.

HANNITY: Yes. What do you make -- so your opinion is that the San Jose mayor who blamed Trump for this, which is insane, but you believe that the police were told to stand down and told not to protect the people being attacked?

DHILLON: I do believe that. That's what I witnessed with my own eyes. I was there with my husband at the event, and I'm shocked at his comments afterwards. And now finally the police are beginning to investigate it, but they haven't to my knowledge gotten to any of the ring leaders, and that's why we have a lawyer involved now.

HANNITY: Is it more than that. In other word, does your client -- would you feel that the city failed in their job to protect the citizens by not being in that location when they knew something was happening?

DHILLON: It's worse than that. They actually directed all of the victims into the line of the mob and towards danger. So that's clearly a civil rights violation under the civil rights act. The civil right in question is our right to free assembly and free speech, and so everybody who was in that crowd was a victim of a civil rights violation.

HANNITY: And your client wants the mayor to resign correct, to be out of office, correct?

DHILLON: She signed one of those petitions as well as many other people in the group. And I think there are organizers of this mob that should be held legally liable for what happened there.

HANNITY: Craig, are you going to follow up on any of the issues? You feel that the police didn't come to the defense of your son, you believe they were aware of what was happening. What is your next plan of action?

CRAIG: Absolutely. The police chief and the mayor need to be held accountable for their actions. What they did was unconscionable. Like she said, we were directed through the mob. And that's the worst part. It's one thing to let people protest and another thing to make people go through the protest, force them to. We weren't allowed to get away from the protest.

HANNITY: Every cop I know goes against their instincts. They see something like that happening, their instinct is to help. The only reason I can think for them not do that is they were told not to do so. But I don't have any evidence to suggest that. Do either of you have any evidence?

CRAIG: None whatsoever.

DHILLON: I've heard anecdotally from people who are have spoken to police officers, right before we were directed into this mob, this group of Trump supporters was thanking the police for being there. This is generally a pro-law enforcement crowd. This is not a knock on the police in general. But in this specific instance it's shocking to see 250 of them lined up and not lifting a finger to help hundreds of victims.

HANNITY: All right, we'll continue to follow this story. Thank you both for being with us, and Craig I hope your son's OK, and I hope of course your client is OK.

And coming up, Hillary Clinton wants you to believe that she's middle class American --

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HANNITY: Welcome back to HANNITY. So Hillary Clinton claims she's running for president to help everyday Americans, but the reality is she's completely out of touch.

Let's take a look at some of the numbers. According to "The New York Times," Hillary Clinton received an $8 million advance for her first memoir "Living History." Although not confirmed, it's been reported that Clinton received a $14 million advance for her next book "Hard Choices." Next, the Clintons own two homes including a multimillion dollar mansion in Washington, D.C. purchased in 2001. They also own a home in Chappaqua, New York, which they purchased in 1999.

And according to CNN, Hillary, she made $21.6 million just from giving speeches in just under two years between 2013 and 2015. Her husband made even more than that. And over the past several years Hillary and Bill have reportedly spent thousands of dollars on palatial summer rentals in the Hamptons in New York. "Business Insider" reporting that the house they stayed in rents at $50,000 a week. Lifestyles of the rich and famous.

And finally, just how wealthy are the Clintons? Well Forbes has an estimate that Bill and Hillary's combined net worth is about $45 million.

Joining us now with reaction we have Fox News contributor Mercedes Schlapp and Democratic strategist Penny Lee. Mercedes, let's start with you. This does not sound like a person that's really in touch with average, everyday Americans. They fly around on their private jet. She hasn't driven a car in 20 years. Nice life.

MERCEDES SCHLAPP, FOX NEWS CONTRIBUTOR: Very nice life, especially, after Hillary Clinton tried to be relatable, Sean, when she said that they were dead broke when they left the White House.

HANNITY: Dead broke, right.

SCHLAPP: Seriously. But here's what you've got. You have got this overly scripted, focus group career politician who has spent the last 25, 30 years of her life living in a bubble. She's being followed around by Secret Service all the time. I'm telling you, Matt and I ran into them, ran into Hillary Clinton in Iowa. We sat at a table. She walked into this cafe, literally didn't speak to hardly anyone. When the cameras came on, Sean, guess what? She started shaking hands.

There is something to be said about the candidate who really can connect with average American voter and feel their pain and feel their struggles. If she's so in the bubble going to Martha's Vineyard, living this expensive, lavish lifestyle when she's supposed to be a quote, unquote, "public servant," that really doesn't match up.

HANNITY: Let's take a look. Hillary's argument, Penny, is that Donald Trump doesn't have the temperament to be president. Now, we have Gary Byrne who is writing a book, Secret Service Agent, he was posted outside of the Oval Office. He has got a pretty interesting story to tell in a month, how she does not have the temperament. Let's go to Clinton supporters. Let's start with George Stephanopoulos and Dee Dee Myers, and then maybe a montage of a person that may not have the temperament to be president. Here's a hint, though. It's not Donald Trump. It's Hillary. Watch.

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 CRAIG: I made this case that we had to go forward. We had no choice but to go for special counsel. She just jumped down my throat. You'll never believe in us. You never stood for us. We were all alone in New Hampshire. It was fierce and chilling.     

UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: You know, he took it. I couldn't believe it. I didn't believe she would have believed it. Anybody that stood up and tried to say this is a bad idea, she'd smash down and belittle very personally.

CLINTON: I am so sick, I am so sick of the Sanders campaigns lying about me.

 I want to make change, but I've already made change. I will continue to make change. So shame on you, Barack Obama. It is time you ran a campaign consistent with your messages in public. That's what I expect from you.

The fact is that we have four dead Americans. Was it because of a protest or was of because of guys out for a walk when they decided they'd go kill Americans? What difference at this point does it make?

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 HANNITY: Well, it matters to the families that were lied to by her about the very happenings of what had been going on in Benghazi. "Fierce, chilling. You left us alone owe, you never stood by us. Jumped down my throat. Smashed on people, belittled people." Penny, does that sound like somebody when has the temperament to be president as described by Democrats?

PENNY LEE, DEMOCRATIC STRATEGIST: I had the privilege today of voting in the District of Columbia for the first woman to be on the ticket for president.

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 HANNITY: Does that sound like an angry human being to you?     LEE: Sean, let me finish what I was about to say. And that is, I have known this woman 15 years and I have known her to be passionate. Are there times she is spirited in her defense? Absolutely. But this is a woman that has been tireless in her efforts and tireless in her way in which to not only champion women, champion minorities --   (CROSSTALK)

LEE: I'm telling you this is the person that I know.

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 HANNITY: You're give me talking points. I'm not interested. Does she have a vicious temper?    

LEE: No.    

HANNITY: As Secret Service agents say, as George Stephanopoulos says and Dee Dee Myers says? Are you saying George Stephanopoulos is a liar?

LEE: I am telling you that the woman that I know does not.

HANNITY: So George lied and Dee Dee Myers lied?

LEE: Those are your words, not mine.

SCHLAPP: The only liar here is Hillary Clinton. Let's just be frank here. When you look at scandal after scandal this woman has been involved in, the mere fact she discredited and destroyed women's reputations because she had to cover up her husband's sexual misconduct, I mean, this is what we're dealing with. Is not just a temperament, Sean, it's about the misjudgment in terms of her foreign policy decisions. When you look at the disaster in Libya, when you look at the disaster and tragedy in Benghazi, when you see the Iranian deal, this is what we're dealing with. It's not just the temperament. It's the fact that you're talking about the judgment, her judgment in terms of decision-making process. Her words and all of her flowery language do not match up to her results.

HANNITY: Guys, thanks for being with us. When we come back, we need your help. A very important question of the day straight ahead.

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HANNITY: All right, time for our "Question of the Day." So what Clinton controversy should Donald Trump focus on in his speech on Monday? There's so many, how do you possibly decide? Go to Facebook.com/SeanHannity, @SeanHannity on Twitter, let us know what you think.

Quick programming note, tomorrow night we're going to do a special edition of "Hannity," how should Donald Trump take on Hillary? On every major issue? We'll debate that tomorrow night at 10:00 eastern. We hope you'll join us. That is all the time we have left this evening. We'll see you back here tomorrow. I got this new pen, by the way. It's got a light on it. Tomorrow night. Thanks for being with us.

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