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Dissecting Clinton's attacks against Trump; Refugee security concerns around the world raise questions

This is a rush transcript from "Hannity," June 21, 2016. This copy may not be in its final form and may be updated.

SEAN HANNITY, HOST: And welcome to "Hannity." And tonight, Donald Trump is implementing a new campaign strategy to take on Hillary Clinton in the general election. Now, the presumptive GOP nominee explained his plans earlier today. Let's take a look.

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DONALD TRUMP, R-PRESUMPTIVE PRESIDENTIAL NOMINEE: We're going to be running a little bit different campaign. At the same time, I will say this. We want to keep it lean. I'm not looking to spend all this money.  You know, I hear people spend a billion dollars. I'm saying, how do you spend a billion dollars? It's impossible. Politicians are the only ones who can spend a billion dollars.

Hillary Clinton will spend a billion dollars of Wall Street money and money from the Middle East. She's got lot of money from the Middle East. She's got money from people that you don't want her to have money from and -- but she's going to spend more than a billion dollars.

I don't want to do that. I think I have to be who I am. I don't want do be a phony like a Hillary Clinton, where she reads stuff that's written up by high-priced talent. I don't want to be that. I want to be what I am.

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HANNITY: Also tonight, stunning proof that the mainstream elite media is in the tank for Hillary Clinton. Analysis from the Media Research Center shows that during the big three mainstream network evening newscasts -- well, guess what? They devoted four times more airtime covering Trump's so-called controversies than they did reporting on Hillary Clinton's numerous scandals.

Now, unlike those in the liberal media, we're not going to flat-out ignore Clinton's controversies. Instead, we're going to actually tell the truth about where her scandals are, and you need to know it.

Here with reaction, editor-in-chief of Lifezette.com, Fox News contributor Laura Ingraham, former 2016 GOP presidential candidate, Governor Mike Huckabee.

I'm not surprised about the mainstream media. We all know about that. But Laura, what do you make of the $42 million now that Hillary is going to spend attacking Trump? I mean, the narrative seems to be clear. They're going to try and say Donald Trump doesn't have the temperament to be the president of the United States. They don't seem to want to run on issues in any way.

LAURA INGRAHAM, FOX CONTRIBUTOR: Well, no. Hillary Clinton goes out today and tries to make this big case about how Trump doesn't know anything about the economy, that Trump can't be trusted with the economy, the levers of the economy.

And I'll remind everybody that at the beginning of 2009, Barack Obama promised this new era of economic growth and expansion under stimulus 1.  Then of course, there was son of stimulus. Then they promised that "Obama care" was going to help with the economy and that your costs would go down.

All of that was a lie. All of that was the redistribution of wealth. None of it had any impact on growth.

And if they knew how to fix the economy over the last seven-and-a-half years, Sean, they would have fixed the economy. But as we reported, as you reported, 38,000 jobs in May, a flat-lining economy. People are completely dejected, dropping out of the workforce.

She has no record to run on, but she has a lot of cash from Wall Street and globalists, global corporations that want to keep the globalism game going, Sean. And that's why they're opening up their wallet to Hillary.

HANNITY: Well said. And look where she gets the money, from Wall Street, from insurance companies...

INGRAHAM: Of course.

HANNITY: ... from big banks, et cetera, you know, $255,000 a speech.  Between her and her husband, $50-some-odd million in a two-year period.

All right, you mentioned the economic speech that Hillary gave earlier today. I'm going to play this. Then I'm going to ask Governor Huckabee because I think this is pertinent.

We have one in five American families without one family member working, one in six men between the ages of 18 and 34 either incarcerated or out of work, 95 million Americans out of the labor force, 15 million more Americans in poverty, on food stamps, and again, labor participation rate worse than the 1970s.

Here's what Hillary Clinton said.

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HILLARY CLINTON, D-PRESUMPTIVE PRESIDENTIAL NOMINEE: Donald Trump's idea about the economy and the world will cause millions of Americans to lose their jobs. Round up and deport more than 11 million people, almost all of whom are employed or are children going to school, then build a wall across our border and force Mexico to pay for it.

Kicking out 11 million immigrants would cost hundreds of billions of dollars and it would shrink our economy significantly. Just this policy alone would send us into a Trump recession.

So instead of causing large-scale misery and shrinking our economy, we should pass sensible immigration reform with a path to citizenship.

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HANNITY: Governor, I'll turn to you. Now, we also doubled the debt, but 95 million Americans -- 11 million illegals have jobs, she says. Wait a minute. Isn't that driving down wages and taking away jobs from American workers?

MIKE HUCKABEE, R-FORMER ARKANSAS GOVERNOR: Of course, it's doing all of those things. And when she talks about, Are we going to kick people out, there's one person that we need to kick out and it's Hillary Clinton.

I mean, her policies and those of Barack Obama have cost 5 million people their homes in foreclosures. You've got people who lost their paychecks, their pensions and their hopes and their futures.

If you're a male and you're in your 50s and lose your job, there's a 90 percent chance you'll never be employed again because we're replacing experienced workers with people who will come in and work for next to nothing. Disney did it. They got caught red-handed at it. Our trade policies are killing the hopes and futures for Americans.

And Hillary still doesn't get it. It's why we've got to make sure she does not become the next president!

HANNITY: Yes. You know, and Laura, then we had the issue yesterday where they tried to edit out the pledge to ISIS. They replaced the word, "God."  I'm certain that it was "Allah," but they want to be politically correct.

So we put together a montage of Trump and Hillary talking about radical Islam, Trump being reality-based, Hillary living in a fantasyland. Let's roll the tape.

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TRUMP: Radical Islamic terrorism. And I'll tell you what. We have a president that refuses to use the term.

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: Radical Islam. Is that a phrase you don't...

CLINTON: I think that you can -- you can talk about Islamists, but I don't want us to be painting with too broad a brush.

TRUMP: Radical Islamic terrorism! Problem. We have a problem!

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: What's the problem with radical Islam?

CLINTON: Well, the problem is that that sounds like we are declaring war against a religion.

TRUMP: We have Hillary Clinton. She won't issue the term "radical Islamic terrorism." She won't say it!

CLINTON: There are radicals, people who believe all kinds of things in every religion in the world.

TRUMP: Unless you're willing to discuss and talk about the real nature of the problem, and the name of the problem, radical Islamic terrorism, you're never going to solve the problem!

CLINTON: Whether you call it radical jihadism, radical Islamism, I think they mean the same thing. I'm happy to say either.

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HANNITY: Yes, but she was shamed into it, Laura, only last week by Donald Trump.

INGRAHAM: Yes, and today when Loretta Lynch, the attorney general, gives the -- you know, gives her remarks in Orlando, very heartfelt remarks, she focused on things like tolerance and diversity. I mean, that was her focus today for the most part!

And you know, she met with the families and that's nice and everything, but look, the problem is obvious for anyone who has a -- you know, has a working brain. But these people can't find their, you know, nose with a Kleenex.

The motivation of this killer was Islam. The motivation of the Tsarnaev brothers wasn't -- they weren't targeting Marathon runners, they were targeting Americans, soft targets. And this individual, Mateen, knew this club. He knew the layout of the club. He knew the people at the club. So people seeing him there, it wasn't a big shock until, of course, he started slaughtering them.

So the idea that this is just another -- this is a hate crime -- well, all terrorism is a hate crime. It's all hate. It's hate toward America, hate toward freedom, hate toward liberty...

HANNITY: You know what...

INGRAHAM: ... of course hate toward LGBT, but hate, period!

HANNITY: Yes. It's hate, period, and it is radical Islamic terrorism.

Governor, I want to take it a step further. We'll put up on the screens as you answer this question, but Hillary Clinton claims to be the champion of women's rights, gay and lesbian rights, religious freedom, but she took money from all of these countries. Look at this -- Saudi Arabia, Oman, Qatar, the UAE, Kuwait and others -- that have atrocious human rights records as it relates to women, gays, lesbians, Christians and Jews. You can't build a temple, you can't build a Christian church in Saudi Arabia.

HUCKABEE: Three magic words in politics, Sean. Always remember these words. Follow the money because the money is going to tell you who the master is, and the master will tell you what the politician is going to do.  And with Hillary Clinton, she's going to do what many of these Middle Eastern countries want her to do because millions and millions of dollars have exchanged hands from theirs to hers.

HANNITY: She's bought...

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HUCKABEE: ... the Clinton Foundation.

HANNITY: Did they buy her silence? Because she only, again, this week like she was shamed into saying "radical Islam"...

HUCKABEE: Yes.

HANNITY: Only this week has she spoken out against the countries that gave her and the foundation and the library millions of dollars.

HUCKABEE: Follow the money. And there's no doubt that there's a connection between what she does and what she says and even her record as secretary of state and all the money that came flowing to the Clinton Foundation and to Bill and Hillary...

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HANNITY: She's a phony. I mean, she is a hypocrite. Is that -- I mean, taking money from countries that treat women so horribly, and then she claims to be their champion and never speaks out against them.

HUCKABEE: Yes.

HANNITY: To me, it's the height of hypocrisy.

HUCKABEE: It's the height of hypocrisy, but it's the height of stupidity if people would vote for her and think that somehow, she is going to be the champion for women and the champion for any special interest group that are being decimated by the radical policies of Islamic terror.

HANNITY: Let's look at these recent polls, swing states, Laura, real quick. We've got Florida. Ohio is dead even. Pennsylvania is a 1-point race. It seems like the Florida poll, based on previous polls, is an outlier. I know it's much closer than those numbers show.

But do you really believe Pennsylvania is in play? Do you see other states getting in play that maybe Republicans in the past have not been able to put in play?

INGRAHAM: I've said from the beginning, Sean, that I think this campaign is a national campaign. I don't think it should be a regional campaign where you just focus on a few states. This has to be a national campaign for American renewal. Forget the political party structure. This is about bringing America jobs and putting more money in the pockets of Americans who want to work, who are legally here.

He's gotten all the support he's going to get on terrorism and immigration, but the message of American renewal and a pragmatic, strong foreign policy, that's a winner. And whether we're going do be a free and independent country or whether we're going to be just part of a global order. That's what's on the line for America, period.

HANNITY: All right, guys...

INGRAHAM: He's got to make it national.

HANNITY: Governor, good to see you. Thanks for being with us.

HUCKABEE: Thanks.

HANNITY: Laura, good to see you.

CLINTON: Thank you.

HANNITY: And coming up tonight -- in the wake of the Orlando 911 transcript controversy, the attorney general, Loretta Lynch -- she is claiming that the DOJ is being as transparent as possible. Really? We'll have reaction.

Then later tonight...

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UNIDENTIFIED MALE: The group is probably exploring a variety of means for infiltrating operatives into the West, including in refugee flows...

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HANNITY: Hillary Clinton flat-out ignoring warnings from top intelligence and security officials and wants to dangerously increase by 550 percent the number of refugees coming into America. We'll have a report tonight.

And also tonight...

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UNIDENTIFIED MALE: You would say it's unfair to say that Islam played a role?

UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: Yes, really.

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: I don't think it's fair to say Islam played a role in this.

UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: But I don't think (INAUDIBLE)

(END VIDEO CLIP)

HANNITY: People in New York City try to claim that radical Islam is not to blame for the Orlando terror attack.

That and more tonight on "Hannity."

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LORETTA LYNCH, ATTORNEY GENERAL: As you know, we've released a transcript of one of the 911 calls and summaries of some of the other calls.

When we have a situation like this, as we did in San Bernardino, where the killer is deceased, we're able to provide more information than we are often able to do when the matter is being handled in court as part of a court investigation. We're -- again, we are limited by the rules of evidence in what will be in court. So we're looking to be as transparent as possible and to provide as much information as possible.

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HANNITY: All right, that was the attorney general, Loretta Lynch, earlier today in Orlando claiming the Department of Justice is looking to be as transparent as possible in the ongoing terror investigation.

Now, this comes after yesterday's controversy where the DOJ -- they decided to censor references to ISIS in the transcript of the Orlando terrorist's 911 phone call before, of course, reversing course and releasing the unredacted version.

Here with reaction, Fox News contributor Tucker Carlson, former Obama economic adviser Austan Goolsbee.

Austan, explain to me this. For years, it's been man-caused disasters, overseas contingencies, workplace violence. The guy says, I am affiliated with ISIS, I'm committed to ISIS, and they redact it! Now, why is there this mysterious reluctance and resistance of your friend, Obama, to just speak the truth and tell the American people the truth? Why not tell us the truth?

AUSTAN GOOLSBEE, FMR. OBAMA ECONOMIC ADVISER: I think you're being a little unfair there. You know...

HANNITY: Me?

GOOLSBEE: ... as you know, the president got up and in his speech and press conference about this event -- they weren't hiding that in any way.  He specifically said this guy pledged that he...

HANNITY: Excuse me. All right, let's go to the redacted...

GOOLSBEE: ... his allegiance (INAUDIBLE)

HANNITY: ... version. This is what the redacted...

GOOLSBEE: Wait. We're talking about the attorney general.

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GOOLSBEE: I'm saying there was no secret the president...

GOOLSBEE: I pledge allegiance -- I pledge allegiance to beep. I pledge allegiance to bleep. And may God -- and by the way, I doubt it was "God."  I'm pretty sure it was "Allah."

GOOLSBEE: OK...

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HANNITY: I -- excuse me...

GOOLSBEE: That's why I say you're being a little unfair because...

HANNITY: But they won't say Allah on behalf of bleep.

GOOLSBEE: You're insinuating that they were trying to keep it secret. And I'm saying, obviously, they weren't trying to keep it secret...

HANNITY: Really?

GOOLSBEE: ... when the president of the United States got up before the nation and said the man pledged allegiance to ISIS.

HANNITY: Oh, no, the president gave a big speech, Tucker, last week, where he...

GOOLSBEE: The Department of Justice didn't want to promote this guy's propaganda because...

HANNITY: I pledge allegiance to bleep...

GOOLSBEE: ... they were trying to be nice to the families.

HANNITY: it's like you can't figure it out. OK...

TUCKER CARLSON, FOX NEWS CONTRIBUTOR: Well, I mean, look, it reveals utter contempt for the public, the idea that you can take the word ISIS out and no one will figure out what it is? It's ludicrous!

But it obscures the bigger lie here, which is that the government can protect you. This guy came to the attention of authorities on numerous occasions up until right before attack, and they were not able to thwart him. In fact, they laid the claims of his extremism to racism.

So the truth is, they can't protect you. They are not allowing you to protect yourself. They want to disarm you.

All of it is a distraction from the fact that they basically have ailed on the most elemental deal you have with government. I give you half my income, you protect me, and they're not!

HANNITY: And it got worse today, Austan. The attorney general says, I cannot definitively say the we will be able to narrow his motivation down to one thing.

Now, if somebody says, I am committed to ISIS, I pledge allegiance to ISIS, I'm guessing -- I think I'm pretty right on this -- and may not God, but Allah -- I'm just guessing, guess on my part -- protect them on behalf of ISIS, don't you think he probably said Allah and not God? Don't you think that's a good guess on my part?

GOOLSBEE: I don't know. I never met the man. That very well could have happened.

HANNITY: Yes.

GOOLSBEE: I think what she was referring to there is there have been allegations that he himself was gay, that he was a frequenter of this club...

HANNITY: He called...

GOOLSBEE: ... and so that there might be more than just religious...

HANNITY: On 911, he said, I pledge allegiance to ISIS.

(LAUGHTER)

HANNITY: That's a radical Islamist!

CARLSON: Wait! Can I just say one- wait a second! Why can't we just hear from him? I mean, isn't he the source of -- you know, the most reliable source on his own motivations? I mean, this is like -- this is like deleting the word "Japan" from an account of Pearl Harbor!

GOOLSBEE: Look, guys...

CARLSON: I mean, you're fooling no one! It's ludicrous!

GOOLSBEE: It's not. It is not like that.

CARLSON: Yes, it very much...

(CROSSTALK)

GOOLSBEE: ... have to release the transcripts in the middle of an investigation.

HANNITY: Why?

GOOLSBEE: They released some. They withheld -- they redacted some of the things...

(CROSSTALK)

GOOLSBEE: ... propaganda. They did not -- that's not the only...

HANNITY: That's a lame excuse! They didn't even claim...

(CROSSTALK)

HANNITY: You're putting words in their mouth. They didn't even make that claim!

GOOLSBEE: Sean...

HANNITY: You know, but Tucker, you got to understand. Feel sorry for Austan. He actually thinks with 95 million Americans out of work, 10 million more Americans in poverty and on food stamps, that the economy -- and we doubled the debt -- he thinks the economy is really good.

CARLSON: No. He doesn't -- Austan Goolsbee is a smart guy, and he's -- look, I mean...

(CROSSTALK)

GOOLSBEE: Sean, Sean, Sean.

CARLSON: It's a tough place to be. You wouldn't want to defend the Obama economic program, where 95 percent of the income gains went to the top 1 percent!

GOOLSBEE: Actually, I would.

CARLSON: You'd want to defend that?

(CROSSTALK)

HANNITY: He's going to blame Bush now. Here we go.

GOOLSBEE: It's a vague memory, but I remember a big minus 800,000 jobs per month happening as Obama came into office. And I remember (INAUDIBLE) depression.

HANNITY: OK. I remember something, too. Austan, I remember somebody that said...

GOOLSBEE: No depression...

HANNITY: Wait a minute! I remember -- I remember a guy running for office who said, $9 trillion in debt? We're taking a credit card to the bank of China in the name of our children and...

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HANNITY: Excuse me! That's irresponsible! that's unpatriotic! Well, now it's nearly $20 trillion. Who was that?

GOOLSBEE: Why would you support Donald Trump with a $30 trillion tax cut if that's what upset you?

HANNITY: Because a tax cut, like Reagan showed -- he doubled revenues in eight years...

GOOLSBEE: No.

HANNITY: ... and he created -- excuse me! He had quarters of growth, unlike Obama, at 8 percent. Obama will be the first president of the United States...

GOOLSBEE: Sean...

HANNITY: ... that never experienced 3 percent GDP growth in the history of the country. Great achievement!

GOOLSBEE: Sean, even the Republican economists are saying the Trump plan would send us into recession.

HANNITY: You know the answer. You know the answer.

GOOLSBEE: You know what that means?

(CROSSTALK)

CARLSON: You know why people are supporting Trump? Because unlike Hillary, and frankly, a lot of the Republican leadership, he's not just talking about the rich and the poor, he's talking about the middle class.  Now, you can disagree with his approach, and maybe it's wrong, maybe it's right, but his emphasis is on the broad center of the country, and nobody else is...

GOOLSBEE: Actually, the broad center does not support...

HANNITY: All right, I got to go, guys.

GOOLSBEE: ... him. He has a 74 percent disapproval.

HANNITY: Hey -- hey, hey -- last question, Austan. If $9 trillion in debt is irresponsible and unpatriotic, what is $20 trillion?

GOOLSBEE: It was in a boom. In a boom.

HANNITY: Oh, did he say that? Did he say in a boom?

(CROSSTALK)

HANNITY: No, I don't remember that. $9 trillion of debt...

GOOLSBEE: How confident are you, Sean?

HANNITY: ... is irresponsible and unpatriotic. And now it's $20 trillion.

GOOLSBEE: How -- how confident are you?

HANNITY: Your buddy, Obama, will accumulate more debt than every president before him combined! That's a record.

GOOLSBEE: That doesn't sound confident. That does not sound confident.  Are you confident enough to bet me?

HANNITY: Yes, of course. Good-bye.

(CROSSTALK)

HANNITY: Coming up next tonight right here on "Hannity"...

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UNIDENTIFIED MALE: The group is probably exploring a variety of means for infiltrating operatives into the West, including in refugee flows...

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HANNITY: Now, despite warnings like that from top U.S. officials, guess what? Hillary Clinton wants to dramatically increase the number of refugees coming into the country. Guess what, by 550 percent. Wow!

And later tonight...

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UNIDENTIFIED MALE: So you think it had nothing to do (INAUDIBLE)

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: I don't think he was a terrorist.

UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: People are not evil. This was ignorance.

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HANNITY: New Yorkers were asked what they think was behind the Orlando terror attack. Now the filmmakers behind that video, Ami Horowitz (ph) and D.C. McAllister (ph) -- they're here with reaction.

That and much more tonight straight ahead on "Hannity."

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HANNITY: And welcome back to "Hannity." Now, in case you missed it, yesterday was World Refugee Day, and to mark the occasion -- well, Hillary Clinton tweeted the following. Quote, "America's always been a nation of immigrants and refugees, and on World Refugee Day, let's reaffirm our commitment to welcoming them."

Well, this tweet comes less than one week after the CIA director, John Brennan, issued this serious warning about terrorists trying to infiltrate the refugee population. Take a look.

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JOHN BRENNAN, CIA DIRECTOR: We judge that ISIL is training and attempting to deploy operatives for further attacks. ISIL has a large cadre of Western fighters who could potentially serve as operatives for attacks in the West, and the group is probably exploring a variety of means for infiltrating operatives into the West, including in refugee flows, smuggling routes and legitimate methods of travel.

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HANNITY: Now, of course, Brennan is just the latest example in a long list of top intelligence officials warning about the danger about ISIS trying to infiltrate the refugee population. Watch this.

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UNIDENTIFIED MALE: Would that bring in Syrian refugees pose a greater risk to Americans?

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: It's clearly a population of concern.

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: The concern is, in Syria, the lack of our footprint on the ground in Syria, that the databases won't have the information we need.  So it's not that we have a lack of process, it's there's a lack of information.

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: And that obviously raises grave concern as to being able to do proper background checks of individuals coming into the country.

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: Yes.

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: I don't obviously put it past the likes of ISIL to infiltrate operatives among these refugees.

JAMES COMEY, FBI DIRECTOR: We can only query against that which we have collected. And so if someone has never made a ripple in the pond in Syria in a way that would get their identity or their interests reflected in our database, we can query our database until the cows come home but we're not going to -- there'll be nothing show up because we have no record on that person.

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: There is some fear -- some fear that some of these refugees may actually be posing as refugees, but they might actually be al Qaeda or ISIS terrorists trying to sneak into Europe or the United States.  What do you make of that?

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: Well, certainly, that's a possibility. I mean, you can't -- you can't dismiss that out of hand.

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: We should be conscious of the potential that Daesh may attempt to embed agents within that population.

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HANNITY: Joining us now, editor-in-chief of Breitbart London -- Raheem Kassam is with us. Also the CEO of The Hebrew City, Israeli activist May Golan.

You have been in Israel. And the same thing is happening in Europe, and now it's happening in the United States. Hillary Clinton wants to bring in -- increase 550 percent the refugee population. ISIS says they'll infiltrate it. Every top security official is warning ISIS will infiltrate. You said the same thing's happening in Europe, same thing's happening in Israel. What have you seen?

MAY GOLAN, CEO OF THE HEBREW CITY: Well, unfortunately, what Hillary Clinton is saying here in the U.S. is exactly what's been happening in Israel with the last radical organization. They have been trying to bring, and successfully, I might add, over 100,000 illegal infiltrators. The majority of them are Muslims. They're bringing them from Eritrea. They're bringing them from Sudan, and basically helping them get citizenship in Israel.

HANNITY: And they get to vote.

GOLAN: Exactly. Already...

HANNITY: What is the population?

GOLAN: We're watching -- right now, we have 150,000 immigrants, and we have to -- I have to explain, Sean, you know, Israel is the size of New Jersey. You know, Israel cannot take so many infiltrators into her. And the problem is, the biggest problem is, is that those infiltrators are coming in thinking they should dilute the Jewish majority of Israel, they should change the character, the Jewish character of this nation because...

HANNITY: It the population big enough that it impacts elections? Because that's what's happening here. Democrats are looking for a permanent voting majority.

GOLAN: Exactly.

HANNITY: And that's why they want illegal immigrants. They assume they'll vote Democrat. Same thing?

GOLAN: Exactly. Definitely. Listen, those people do not believe that the Jewish country has any right to exist whatsoever. And with the millions that are being funded by the New Israel fund that are radical anti-Zionist lefties in Israel, they re helping them to change every possible neighborhood and city in Israel!

HANNITY: And it's the same thing. Because you're outspoken...

GOLAN: Yes.

HANNITY: ... people attack you. They say you're racist. Same arguments against anybody that says that you cannot allow people that have a cultural clash, correct?

GOLAN: Yes. Well, you know, the word "racist" has just lost all meaning to me. You know, we see -- like, I can see here what's going on with Donald Trump. You know, they're calling him racist just for wanting to protect the borders of his country.. Well, this is the same thing in Israel. I think, I, and the rest of the people of Israel have the right to protect their homes and its borders. And when they're bringing so many Muslim infiltrators just in the way of trying to change this Jewish country and to have the left radical get voted in the parliament then, you know that something is very wrong.

HANNITY: You're going to run for the Knesset?

GOLAN: I'm going to run for the Knesset in Israel because I believe that Israel's Jews have the right to protect their home.

HANNITY: Let me go to Raheem. Raheem, you're on the ground for Breitbart in London. We have had you on talking about 88 sharia courts in great Britain, no-go zones which you said do exist in spite of people who are politically incorrect and don't have the courage to say it. You've talked about, you know, how the refugees have attacked in Belgium and Paris.  Explain, you know, is this all part of a strategy of radical Islamists?

RAHEEM KASSAM, EDITOR IN CHIEF, BREITBART, LONDON: It is absolutely a strategy, Sean. And this isn't something that should come as a surprise to us. It's not something that should come as a surprise to Hillary Clinton.  I thought she had the best advisers in the world on this. But somehow she seems not to realize that actually even Colonel Gadhafi, himself, warned that he was holding back a tide of Islamist migrants from infiltrating Europe. And, of course, this is exactly what they've used Europe's migrant crisis to do.  People have been warning about this now for years upon years, but it does seem to have happened now at least in Europe with millions. They always say 1 million. It was far more than 1 million last year that made it into Europe, into Germany.

HANNITY: So in reality, what's happening in Germany and all across Europe is the citizens of those countries are less safe, more vulnerable to attack, and it's likely people will die, fair statement?

KASSAM: That is an absolutely fair statement. It's not a fair statement just in the sense that you're projecting something for the future. This is a statement that's borne out in the facts when we've looked in detail at the German government's own crime statistics from last year.

HANNITY: And Hillary Clinton wants to increase the refugee population here in spite of our intelligence warning by 550 percent. I argue she's gambling with the lives of the American people.

GOLAN: I couldn't --

HANNITY: Similar?

GOLAN: I couldn't agree more. You know, Sean, the crime rate in Israel and in the neighborhoods that have been occupied completely by the infiltrators is so high. You know, you see rapes, you see murders, you see so much violence. Not to mention, you know, the crime rate, we're talking about people who've made terror attacks and swore to ISIS and have said that they're willing to cooperate with Hamas and some with the Fatah. We are watching so many terrorists going with the infiltrators right into these countries. And we know, we know those people just want to make terror attacks and are waiting for the right time. And I don't understand people like Hillary Clinton.

HANNITY: I got to roll.

GOLAN: I just want to say that I hope that like here in the U.S., as in Israel, people will not just build walls but also know to protect its borders after the walls are built.

HANNITY: Thank you both for being with us. Appreciate it.

And coming up next tonight right here on HANNITY --

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UNIDENTIFIED MALE: Republicans or Islam who would you blame more?

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: I think I'd have to put it more on the Republicans than Islam.

(END VIDEO CLIP)

HANNITY: A shocking video shows people in Brooklyn, New York, actually blaming Republicans, not radical Islam, for what happened in Orlando. Now the filmmakers behind that video, Ami Horowitz and D.C. McAllister are here tonight with reaction.

And then later, Donald Trump met with hundreds of Christian and evangelical leaders earlier today in New York City. We'll get a report from Dr. Robert Jeffress and Pastor Darrell Scott. They were in attendance, and more, tonight right here on "Hannity."

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HANNITY: And welcome back to "Hannity." So after the terror attack in Orlando, filmmaker Ami Horowitz, he traveled to Brooklyn, New York, pretty liberal neighborhood, and he asked a simple question -- what played a role in the Orlando terror attack? Watch this.

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UNIDENTIFIED MALE: Would you say it's unfair to say that Islam played a real?

UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: Yes, really.

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: I don't think it's fair to say Islam played a role in this.

UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: I don't think it was an Islamic crime.

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: You think it had nothing to do with Islam?

UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: No.

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: I don't think he was a terrorist.

UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: People are not evil.

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: Right.

UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: This is ignorance.

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: Republicans or Islam, who would you blame more?

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: I think I'd have to put it more on the Republicans than Islam.

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: It's 100 percent the Republicans.

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: Guns, Republicans, Islam.

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: Guns way more than Islam way more.

UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: If you're going to blame Islam, you're going to blame all the religions.

(END VIDEO CLIP)

HANNITY: Filmmaker Ami Horowitz joins us now, and from "Conservative Review," D.C. McAllister is with us. By the way, good to see you in studio. Welcome to New York. All right, we're screwed. If people really think Republicans and not radical Islam, we're in trouble.

AMI HOROWITZ, FILMMAKER: Oh, I mean, there's too other way of looking at it.

HANNITY: But you get mad when I say they're ignorant.

HOROWITZ: Please stop saying that. I don't care if you're a Kung Fu master. I'm going to come over there.

HANNITY: I will drop you in four seconds. Go ahead.

D.C. MCALLISTER, CONSERVATIVE REVIEW: They're pathological, that's what he wants to say. Say that word. They're pathological.

HANNITY: Why pathological?

HOROWITZ: Because they believe in cultural relativity and it's wrong to say that one culture is superior to another. So if you're going to blame the attacks on radical Islam, you're besmirching Islam, and they won't stand for it.

HANNITY: D.C., this is a problem because the president can't say it, Hillary won't say it. For eight years now, in spite of all we know about radical Islamists, they can't say those words.

MCALLISTER: Yes, because it will give away their power. It doesn't --

HANNITY: What do you mean by that?

MCALLISTER: It gives them a whole lot more power to use political correctness against Americans so that they can control their thinking.

HANNITY: How do we --

MCALLISTER: And their agenda, so they can get their agenda across. But if they name Islam then we have a common enemy that we have to attack.  They're also afraid of offending all these moderate Muslims who really are on our side.

HANNITY: So we got Obama wants to bring all these Syrian refugees in spite of the intelligence community. She wants to increase the number by 550 percent. And I'm thinking, she's gambling with our lives. Why can't they see or listen to what their own intelligence officials are saying?

MCALLISTER: Because they're too occupied thinking that the Republicans, like, are the enemy, that conservatives are the enemy.

HANNITY: You're the enemy.

MCALLISTER: I'm the enemy.

HANNITY: I'm the enemy. He's the enemy.

MCALLISTER: These guys aren't the enemy. And somehow we're at fault.  This is the other problem with not naming Islam is that they see us as contributing to the problem. We've done something so we need to fix something.

HANNITY: What do we do?

MCALLISTER: We bomb their countries. We responded wrongly. We haven't used the right language, we've offended them in some way. This is the offense culture.

HANNITY: This is Hillary and Obama gave guns to cartels, kidnappers, drug dealers, and murderers, Fast and Furious. They're the ones that released all the Gitmo detainees. They're now back on the battlefield, 40 percent at least that we know about. They gave the Iranians, number one state sponsor of terror, $150 billion and the ability to continue to spin centrifuges. Issue -- and then, of course, they created is by pulling out of Iraq too early. So, and Libya, of course, we can add that to the list.  So we're supposed to be talking about guns when they have given weapons to the biggest terrorist groups worldwide?

HOROWITZ: They should be redacting that, not redacting what Mateen said in his 911 call. That's insanity of the whole thing.

HANNITY: And Mohamed Morsi, a guy that referred to the Israelis as descendants of apes and pigs, they gave him F-16s and tanks.

MCALLISTER: So we have to be silenced in our speech.

HANNITY: All right, so what do Republicans do from here? Because Republicans are pretty weak, timid, and feckless. So their bill that they wrote actually didn't even refer to radical Islam, either. So are they as big a problem as Obama?

MCALLISTER: They need to be bold. This is why people like Trump. I mean, he's been bold in calling out Islam as the problem. And we need to join together and be united in that front. I mean, not be overboard in our language, but I think we definitely need to name the enemy and stick by our guns and do the job that needs to be done. We need that for our country.

HANNITY: Ami?

HOROWITZ: I agree. The truth is I believe the Democrats have a far more existential problem than we do. I think that clearly Trump has divided the Republican Party. That's going to go away in the next cycle. Their issue with Bernie Sanders --

HANNITY: What do you mean that's going to go away in the next cycle?

HOROWITZ: The Trump phenomenon, assuming he loses, isn't going to come up again in the next cycle. We're not going to have a Trump character the divides our party. But their Bernie problem is only getting worse. That's a real existential threat to their party.

HANNITY: The biggest problem is the electoral map is what it is. When New York and New Jersey and California and Oregon and Washington and Illinois all go Democrat right at the beginning, Republicans mathematically have to run the table unless they can put Pennsylvania, states like Michigan, Wisconsin in play. Is that possible? Then they got to win Virginia, North Carolina, Ohio, and Florida.

MCALLISTER: I think they need to project the message of strength, a cohesive message unified.

HANNITY: Can you sum up this election, jobs and security, that's the two issues?

MCALLISTER: Absolutely. And that's what Trump needs to focus on. That's what people are concerned about. Stop with the personal attacks and definitely focus on those two issues because that's what people are concerned about.

HANNITY: Good to see you both. Ami, it's horrible work that you do because it's frustrating.

Coming up, Donald Trump held a massive meeting with Christian and evangelical leaders earlier today in New York City earlier today. We'll check in with Dr. Robert Jeffress and Pastor Darrell Scott, they were in attendance. They will bring us inside that room, and much more tonight right here on HANNITY.

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HANNITY: Welcome back to "Hannity." So earlier today, presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump, he met with 1,000 Christian leaders right here in New York City. What was said behind closed doors, joining us now, two people who attended that meeting, Fox News contributor Dr. Robert Jeffress, he was just named a member of Trump's evangelical advisory board, and senior pastor of the New Spirit Revival Center, Reverend Darrell Scott.  Your place is in Cleveland, right?

REV. DARRELL SCOTT, NEW SPIRIT REVIVAL CENTER: Cleveland, Ohio, home of the Cleveland Cavaliers.

HANNITY: By the way, I was so happy. I wanted LeBron -- 52 years is way too long. I was very happy for you.

So what did you think of the meeting? You've been a big outspoken supporter of Trump. How did you feel he did today?  

SCOTT: I thought he did excellent. I thought he changed a lot of perceptions about him. He was very comfortable.

HANNITY: He's around people that are praying for him. That's not a bad deal.

SCOTT: As he always does, he spoke extemporaneously, didn't have any notes but he was very, very relaxed, very comfortable. And I scanned the room and I saw positive reactions on the faces of those that were in attendance.  People were nodding in agreement. And it seemed like he was satisfactorily answering all the questions that were asked him.

HANNITY: Look, he's talked about his faith. He's a Presbyterian, I believe. He's talked about when he became pro-life, Dr. Jeffress. That's a pretty compelling story to me. He's not a chapter and verse guy. He's a tough New York businessman. Do we want a pastor in chief or do we want a commander in chief?

DR. ROBERT JEFFRESS, FOX NEWS CONTRIBUTOR: That's exactly right. We want a leader who's going to take us out of this mess we're in. Look, Sean, this is a not a difficult decision for evangelicals when you look at the differences. Trump is pro-life. Hillary Clinton is for abortion, taxpayer funded abortion up until the day a child is born.

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JEFFRESS: And Trump said he'll appoint conservative justices. Hillary Clinton will appoint the most liberal justices you can imagine. Trump says he's going to eradicate radical Islamic terrorism. Hillary Clinton chokes on the word when she tries to say them.

And I would just say to her, I'll say to you, evangelical Christians who are watching this, look, I'm worked up about this, Sean. Listen, this election is not a battle between Republicans and Democrats. It is a battle between good and evil, light and darkness, righteousness and unrighteousness. And evangelicals, they better wake up and put the brakes on before --

HANNITY: Idiots are going to say you just called Hillary Clinton evil.

JEFFRESS: Her positions are evil.

HANNITY: In other words, radical Islam is putting us in danger.

JEFFRESS: Yes. And supporting the destruction of the life of the unborn, that is evil, evil, evil.

HANNITY: Pastor?

SCOTT: I'm in total agreement with him. I'm not saying she's an evil person but her policies are evil, her policies are wicked. What she wants to do is not good for humankind, it's not good for American citizens. And so, you know, it's time for a change.

HANNITY: So if Donald Trump doesn't talk, pastor, about, you know, didn't do chapter and verse with you, did he say my office, my Oval Office if I'm elected is open to that community because what you stand for is important to me?

SCOTT: He said that to me when I first met him over five years ago. And he said I would defend Christian liberties here in America and around the world. He said he believes that Christianity is not getting the respect it deserves in America. And --

HANNITY: There's Christian genocide going on and we don't even pay attention to it.

SCOTT: We sure don't.

The one thing that Donald Trump has is a fear and reverence for God that a number of professing Christians don't have, a number of members that attend every week don't have.

JEFFRESS: And, look, I had a one on one meeting with him yesterday. He is concerned about Christians being marginalized in this culture. He sees that happening. And he has pledged and taken the politically incorrect stand that he is going to stand up for the rights of Christian Americans.

HANNITY: Last elect 25 million evangelical it's estimated stayed home.

JEFFRESS: That is right.

HANNITY: Are they going to stay home this time.

JEFFRESS: I think if Trump will do what he did today, which is point out the stark difference between him and Hillary Clinton -- Sean, I had a person in my church yesterday say I'd like to support him, but I don't like his tone and language. I say, tell me, you're going to let Hillary Clinton appoint the next four Supreme Court justices because of his vocabulary?  That's ridiculous.

HANNITY: You're going to let me in your church in Cleveland?

SCOTT: Come to the Cleveland for the RNC. You have to come to my church.

HANNITY: What time is the service?

SCOTT: Two services on Sunday morning.

HANNITY: Is there one later in the day?

SCOTT: Tuesday night, one Thursday night.

HANNITY: You have one later?

(LAUGHTER)

SCOTT: We'll have a special Sean Hannity service, too.

You know why the evangelicals stayed home the last election, because Romney is a Mormon. They're going to vote for nobody before they vote for a Mormon.

JEFFRESS: And not a consistent conservative either.

HANNITY: I have to let you both go. Thanks for sharing, appreciate it.

Coming up, 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." Do you think political correctness is putting American lives at risk? I think the answer is yes, sadly, but we want your thoughts on this. Go to Facebook.com/SeanHannity, @SeanHannity on Twitter, let us know what you think.

Quick programming note -- tune in tomorrow night, 10:00 eastern, 2016 presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump will join us tomorrow night at 10:00.

That is 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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