How the ObamaCare lie is an opportunity for Trump; Trump family talks importance of millennial vote

This is a rush transcript from "Hannity," October 25, 2016. This copy may not be in its final form and may be updated.

SEAN HANNITY, HOST: And welcome to "Hannity." And tonight, early voting has started.  There's only two weeks left to stop the Obama/Clinton machine. Two weeks from today, you will be voting.

And late yesterday, the White House confirmed that ObamaCare premiums will skyrocket yet again, and in some cases, if not most, by double digits.  And that's not all. Nearly one in five Americans now enrolled in the government program will only have one insurance provider to choose from.

And here's how Donald Trump addressed the issue earlier today.


DONALD TRUMP, R-PRESIDENTIAL NOMINEE: Together, we're going to deliver real change that once again puts America first!


TRUMP: That begins with immediately repealing and replacing the disaster known as ObamaCare. My first day in office, I'm going to ask Congress to put a bill on my desk getting rid of this disastrous law and replacing it with reforms that expand choice, freedom, affordability. You're going to have such great health care at a tiny fraction of the cost. And it's going to be so easy.


HANNITY: Now, Donald Trump -- he vows to right the ship if he's elected president. Keep in mind now, the Obama administration -- they promised over and over again, and over and over again, that you'll keep your doctor, you keep your plan and save on average $2,500 per family a year. By the way, since it's been implemented, $4,100 increase per family across the country.

Watch this.


PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA: We will start by reducing premiums by as much as $2,500 per family. If you already have health insurance, the only thing that will change under my plan is that we're going to work with your employer to lower your premiums.

REP. NANCY PELOSI, D-CALIF., MINORITY LEADER: And everybody will have lower rates, better quality care and better access.

OBAMA: You can get the same good rate, as a group, that if you're an employee at a big company, you can get right now, which means your premiums will go down.

SEN. HARRY REID, D-NEV., MINORITY LEADER: Millions of real Americans like Jane and Bret Thomas (ph) benefiting from "Obama care" every day. Their premiums are lower. Their prescriptions are cheaper.


HANNITY: Meanwhile, Hillary Clinton continues to support the so-called Affordable -- unaffordable -- Care Act. She's out on the campaign trail pushing it hard.

Watch this.


HILLARY CLINTON, D-PRESIDENTIAL NOMINEE: When it comes to health care, we're going to defend the Affordable Care Act.

The 170 million of us who get health insurance through our employers got big benefits. You know, it is challenging to try to make sure that this important step toward providing insurance for every American is fixed and not repealed, which is the Republican position.


HANNITY: All right, so how can Hillary Clinton continue to support the failed ObamaCare experiment? What could this mean for the election?  Joining us now with reaction, the host of "Varney & Company" on the Fox Business Network, Stuart Varney, also the editor-in-chief of Lifezette, nationally syndicated radio host, Fox News contributor Laura Ingraham.

Keep your doctor, keep your plan. Save money. Hillary said it. Obama said it. Pelosi said it.

LAURA INGRAHAM, FOX CONTRIBUTOR: October surprise! I mean, this -- people looking for the October surprise, Wikileaks -- this is one of those issues that affects every American. And if you're not one of Hillary's billionaire friends or a Fortune 500 CEO, then this is a really big bite out of your finances.

And the fact that we have fewer choices -- all the pro-choice people -- they're always pro-choice when it comes to aborting babies, but they're not pro-choice when it comes to actually being able to pick a plan and have an insurance company that actually serves them and keeps costs down.

All the things they said turned out to be lies. And remember, Hillary said not so long ago before it was ObamaCare...

HANNITY: It was "Hillary care."

INGRAHAM: ... it was called "Hillary care." Trump people should make an ad just on that sound bite.

STUART VARNEY, FOX BUSINESS NETWORK: One of the principal reasons why America's middle class is shrinking and why the economy is slow is "Obama care."  Middle class people are in the middle. Poor people get it for free.  Richer people can afford it. It's the middle that is squeezed.

And I think it's collapsing. It's obvious that is collapsing.


VARNEY: But therein lies an opportunity for Donald Trump because he does have a plan which could right the ship, and Hillary has a plan which will make it even worse and sink a lot faster.

HANNITY: Look at all these...


VARNEY: ... opportunity.

HANNITY: ... Humana, Aetna, United, Blue Cross Blue Shield -- they're all pulling out. The competition's limited. They promised we'd save $2,500 a year. The average family already is paying $4,100 a year more.

Now, here's the thing. If you're in Arizona, you're going up as nearly -- you're doubling your rates. If you're in Pennsylvania -- by the way, oh, swing states -- if you're in Florida, if you're in Ohio, if you're in Michigan, Iowa -- let's see...

INGRAHAM: North Carolina.

HANNITY: ... North Carolina, New Hampshire, you're all paying -- Nevada -- you're all paying a fortune more.

VARNEY: Well, do you know what Zeke Emanuel told me, one of the authors of "Obama care"...


VARNEY: ... just the other day? His short-term fix is as follows. Spend more taxpayer money on bigger subsidies to consumers, fine people more to make sure they sign up and a bail-out for the insurance companies with tax cuts!


HANNITY: So why don't we just write people a check if that's the story.


INGRAHAM: Sean, one of the things that keeps getting repeated to me both on radio and just, you know, over in the makeup room, people are trying to care for their elderly parents and they have now these very high deductibles on what they have to pay for prescription drugs. So before you get any reimbursement...

HANNITY: Five to ten grand.

INGRAHAM: Oh, my God! I mean...

HANNITY: And more.

INGRAHAM: We're talking from $3,000 up to $10,000. That's what you have to pay before you get any reimbursement on your prescription drugs.

HANNITY: So let me -- let me...

INGRAHAM: And Trump has been addressing that.

HANNITY: But Laura, shovel-ready jobs weren't so shovel-ready.


HANNITY: We've doubled the national debt. They gave us "Obama care"...


HANNITY: ... big promises...

INGRAHAM: All the racial unity, yes.

HANNITY: Racial unity, yes.

INGRAHAM: Yes, that worked out well.

HANNITY: OK, that's working out well, too. But here's the point. You know, how can people still put their faith, trust and hope in government?  They doubled the debt. There's never a lockbox for the Social Security money that we've paid our whole lives into. They squandered that and spent it, I would argue stole it.


HANNITY: I'm too strong in my language, I know. I'm a conservative.

VARNEY: I don't want to say that the American electorate is gullible. But there is an element of gullibility in...


INGRAHAM: ... Jonathan Gruber. Remember when he sold "Obama care," he -- he...

VARNEY: He said it!

INGRAHAM: They counted on the, quote, "stupidity"...

VARNEY: That's right.

INGRAHAM: ... of the American people.

HANNITY: They did.

INGRAHAM: They counted on people taking Obama's word for it because Obama was this new, incredibly compelling political figure. What he was saying must be true. What Sebelius was promising -- you know, I think the metaphor for this was the collapsing "Obama care" Web site. Remember in the 2012 campaign, the Web site was collapsing?

HANNITY: Oh, that was hilarious. All right, is America going to take a look at this -- and if I live in these swing states -- Florida, Ohio, North Carolina...

INGRAHAM: How about Connecticut and Massachusetts?

HANNITY: ... New Hampshire, Connecticut -- wait a minute -- Wisconsin, Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania...


HANNITY: ... New Mexico, Colorado.

INGRAHAM: Pay attention, people!

VARNEY: Donald Trump in his speech this afternoon spent at least 15 minutes...

INGRAHAM: That was good.

VARNEY: ... on the demise of ObamaCare and what he would do about it.  That was very forceful stuff. It's a political opportunity for Donald Trump...


HANNITY: ... don't want to absorb. They've been lied to. You were lied to about your Social Security. They squandered it. They've even robbed your children. This guy has accumulated more debt in the last eight years than 43 presidents before him combined!

INGRAHAM: And Sean, the media has been complicit in this. So many in the media...

HANNITY: But we got new news on that.

INGRAHAM: ... brushed aside -- yes, brushed aside the concern that you were raising, years ago I was raising, The Journal, Stuart, you were raising, that the numbers don't add up. And medical professionals who are not political said, Wait a second, these reimbursements are going to go down and down and down that we get from Medicare. We're going to stop taking Medicare! So a lot of these doctors aren't taking Medicare because they can't make it!

VARNEY: The quality of care is actually going down.

INGRAHAM: Of course it is!

VARNEY: Access is actually being restricted. That's what's going on here!  It's the demise of the American health care system. It's spiraling down.  But again, it is opportunity for Donald Trump to say...

INGRAHAM: And I would say...

VARNEY: ... Look, I can do this.

INGRAHAM: If I were Trump, you know, and all these things about the women -- you know, so you know, sometimes you're right, I've been crude and I've asked for forgiveness about that. But sometimes crude in the past or always corrupt.

HANNITY: Always corrupt...

INGRAHAM: You can't go with always corrupt. Hillary is always going to be followed by corruption...

HANNITY: Great choice. I agree.

INGRAHAM: ... and ethical problems. Sometimes crude or always corrupt -- that's the choice for America.

HANNITY: The media would have our audience believe this election is over.

INGRAHAM: Oh, please!

HANNITY: I'm just...

INGRAHAM: They said that about Brexit.

HANNITY: By the way, we have a report on how corrupt and how they're colluding with the Clinton campaign. My question to both of you is simple.  Who's going to win this election?

INGRAHAM: I still feel that there's something else happening out there in the public. And I know everyone will say the numbers. I've heard what Karl Rove and others have said, but I just don't believe Americans are dumb, like Jonathan Gruber believes.

HANNITY: I think he'll take Ohio and North Carolina and Florida. I hope.  It's not going to be easy.


HANNITY: Every Republican has got to thread that needle. It's a razor's edge. But then he still -- if he got every other Republican state and Indiana and Iowa...

INGRAHAM: I think he should...

HANNITY: ... he still needs 4 electoral votes.

INGRAHAM: I think he should go to Connecticut and Massachusetts-...

HANNITY: New Hampshire.

INGRAHAM: ... and make one swing through New England. I think he should do that, and go back to New Hampshire.

HANNITY: Interesting.

INGRAHAM: Connecticut is in trouble! They're losing business. We need economic growth...

HANNITY: Agreed.

INGRAHAM: ... all the things that...



VARNEY: That's the most important thing!

HANNITY: It would be great for America.


INGRAHAM: If we don't have growth, all these dreams that they have...


INGRAHAM: ... are all going to go down the drain anyway!

VARNEY: Last point. May I?

HANNITY: No. I'm out of time.

VARNEY: This will be the first election I will ever vote in in my entire life.

HANNITY: Welcome to the family!

INGRAHAM: That's good luck!


VARNEY: Welcome to the family. (INAUDIBLE)

HANNITY: And coming up next tonight right here on "Hannity"...


UNIDENTIFIED MALE: It appears you're coordinating. Are you?

BRAD WOODHOUSE, AMERICANS UNITED FOR CHANGE: Of course we're coordinating.  I'm absolutely coordinating. It's completely, 100 percent legal.


HANNITY: All right, one of the Democratic political operatives exposed by Project Veritas admits that he, in fact, is coordinating with the Clinton campaign. Rudy Giuliani will respond next tonight on "Hannity."



HANNITY: And welcome back to "Hannity." So two bombshell stories are now rocking the Clinton campaign. First, the president of Correct the Record and Americans United for Change, Brad Woodhouse, appeared on "Fox & Friends" this morning. He was responding to Project Veritas and the videos showing his group and one of his former contracted employees Scott Foval coordinating with the Clinton camp.

Now, keep in mind Fox News has not independently verified these videos, but it's pretty intense. Watch this.


UNIDENTIFIED MALE: It appears you're coordinating. Are you?

WOODHOUSE: Of course we're coordinating!  I'm absolutely coordinating. It's completely, 100 percent legal. Here's the problem, Steve, with these -- here's the problem with James O'Keefe.  He's a liar. He's a convict. And he's been successfully sued for lying about people and putting them in a false light.

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: So are you saying the video is not accurate?

WOODHOUSE: Well, it's accurate that we're coordinating with the campaign.  We're legally allowed to. I have an organization that exists on the coordinating side of the wall.

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: We just had Rudy Giuliani on the show, and he said it's not legal for outside groups to coordinate.

WOODHOUSE: Well, he doesn't know what the hell he's talking about.


HANNITY: All right, Rudy Giuliani has always been somebody I thought knows what the hell he's talking about.

But first, also today, more Clinton campaign e-mails released by WikiLeaks.  In one, Clinton aide Cheryl Mills allegedly called out President Obama for claiming he first learned about Hillary's private e-mail server from news reports. Mills wrote, quote, "We need to clean this up. He has e-mails from her. They do not say state.gov."

Here with reaction, former mayor of New York City, America's mayor, Rudy Giuliani. If this is an outside group and they are getting money and they're coordinating with the campaign, my understanding of the law is that's illegal.

RUDY GIULIANI, R-FMR. NEW YORK CITY MAYOR: Sure. Well, the trigger is, are they collecting it under the hard money -- in other words, the strict limits of campaign finance -- or are they collecting the large amounts, $10,000, $20,000, $30,000, $1 million, $2 million. If they're outside the limits, collection limits, then they can't coordinate with the campaign.  Then they have to be independent. That's what Citizens United is all about.




GIULIANI: That coordination would mean they were acting in violation of the federal election laws.

HANNITY: All right, so they were very clear in the Project Veritas videos, now, that the money goes from the Clinton campaign to the DNC to this group. As a matter of fact, I'll put it up on the screen because this is really important...


HANNITY: ... because this is where the money comes.


HANNITY: This is where illegality comes into play. Let's roll that.


SCOTT FOVAL, NATIONAL FIELD DIRECTOR, AMERICANS UNITED FOR CHANGE: I am contracted to him, but I answer to the head of the special events for the DNC and the head of the special events and political (INAUDIBLE) for the campaign.

FOVAL: The campaign pays DNC pays Democracy Partners. Democracy Partners pays the Foval group. The Foval group goes and executes (EXPLETIVE DELETED) on the ground.


HANNITY: Hillary campaign, DNC, Democracy Partners to -- and where does the money go to? Those fomenting violence and on tape bragging about and taking credit for even Chicago and organizing massive voter fraud.  Illegality?

GIULIANI: Well, of course! On a number of respects. First of all, think of the word -- what does an independent committee mean?


GIULIANI: It means being independent of the strategy and the tactics and the desires of the campaign and making your own decisions about that. So independent is gone, therefore illegal.

Second, the kinds of activities they're conspiring to conduct are illegal in and of themselves. Conspiring...

HANNITY: Voter fraud.

GIULIANI: Conspiring to bring about voter fraud is a crime. Conspiring to provoke violence and then actually provoking it is a crime. So we've got...

HANNITY: Well, people got hurt in Chicago, and they bragged, That was us.  We did that.

GIULIANI: Something known as conspiracy to commit a crime. What you have on tape there is a conspiracy to commit a crime...

HANNITY: That is a crime.

GIULIANI: ... which -- which -- a crime in and of itself.


GIULIANI: Then they went ahead and committed the crime!

HANNITY: Which is a crime in and of itself. All right, how many counts -- just off the top of your head...


GIULIANI: ... five, six, seven there. I mean...

HANNITY: Really?

GIULIANI: Yes. The number of counts against Hillary Clinton...

HANNITY: By the way, your track record as a prosecutor was impeccable.

GIULIANI: Yes, yes. I mean, that's easy stuff.

HANNITY: That would be an easy conviction for you.

GIULIANI: Yes, you're looking at -- that -- those are confessions on tape (INAUDIBLE) Those are confessions to not only campaign finance, which is, you know, those cases have backed up for years, but cases like fomenting violence, then the violence, plotting for voter fraud. That alone is a conspiracy to violate the law.

HANNITY: OK. Let me go to what the Cheryl Mills e-mail said, that Obama - - they had to clean up this mess because Obama said, Oh, I learned about the Clinton e-mail server scandal from press reports just like you.  Meanwhile, he was e-mailing with Hillary on her private e-mail. So he lied to us. That was exposed. The Clinton campaign knew early on. They wanted to clean up his mess.


HANNITY: And then also, he went further. Remember, he went (INAUDIBLE) Oh, I don't think this is any big deal. Could he have been trying to cover for his own actions?

GIULIANI: I mean, we won't know until we know what's in those 33,000 e- mails, right? I mean...


GIULIANI: I don't believe she destroyed those e-mails and had them bleached, acid washed, which...

HANNITY: By the way, I love the term...


HANNITY: You mean like with a cloth, Mr. Mayor?

GIULIANI: No, with acid! I mean...


GIULIANI: ... it's dangerous and it's expensive.


GIULIANI: And even most cyber criminals don't do it.

HANNITY: That's a good point.

GIULIANI: And the reality is, those 33,000 must contain enormous bombshells, some regarding maybe Obama, and some of them, I'm sure...

HANNITY: Foundation.

GIULIANI: ... some of them showing how when she went to Switzerland for UBS and Clinton was collecting his $1.5 million speaking fee and she interceded with the IRS, which is a separate crime, by the way, to intercede with the IRS in order...



GIULIANI: UBS ended up giving them $3 million, $4 million, $5 million in donations and -- and...

HANNITY: How many pay-to-play examples do you see? Do you see it with Morocco? Does this now put emphasis -- you know, here's a woman that...

GIULIANI: The worst one -- the worst one, I believe, is the uranium one.  The uranium one is very complicated. It's very hard to describe it. I'll give you the simple part of it. Simple part of it is she agreed and had to sign off on 20 percent of our uranium being sold to Russia. What American secretary of state at any time since the Second World War would agree to giving Russia uranium? None!

HANNITY: It's insane!

GIULIANI: Except one...

HANNITY: I can't even believe it.

GIULIANI: Except one whose husband got big speaking fees, whose foundation got multi-million dollars in donations from the people who made the money from that, who all made hundreds of millions from it.

HANNITY: And didn't Podesta also have stock options and...


HANNITY: ... and then he transferred it to his daughter, like, I'm sure she's not going to give...


GIULIANI: He made a fortune from it! But that's selling out the United States. That's not just bribery, that's selling out the national interest of the United States!

HANNITY: All right. Here's my next and last question.

GIULIANI: They have taken two really I would consider sacred departments of government that have hardly ever been economically corrupted, the Justice Department maybe during Teapot Dome, and the State Department, which has its own problems but not economic corruption, and they've turned them into cesspools.

HANNITY: How do you see this election going two weeks from today?

GIULIANI: I think the election will be a big surprise. I think the amount of support for Donald Trump out there is surprisingly strong. It remains stronger and stronger as the media tries to create the psychological...


HANNITY: All right, let's give him North Carolina. Polls are tight.  Let's give him Florida, polls are tight. Let's give him Ohio, polls are tight. And then every other red state, including Iowa and Indiana. Now, he still needs 4.

GIULIANI: He could pick up one of those four, two of those four. I mean...

HANNITY: He needs New Hampshire, New Mexico...

GIULIANI: New Hampshire is possible...

HANNITY: Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Michigan...

GIULIANI: Michigan is possible. Michigan particularly with NAFTA and his opposition to NAFTA. People in Michigan know the NAFTA story better than people in New York know the NAFTA story.

HANNITY: Well said. All right, we got to roll.

GIULIANI: They lost their jobs and their jobs are now sitting in Mexico!

HANNITY: Good to see you, Mr. Mayor.

GIULIANI: Thank you.

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


DONALD TRUMP, R-PRESIDENTIAL NOMINEE: Keep it going, folks. We're fighting a crooked establishment. And just about the biggest part of the crooked establishment are these people right back there with the phony cameras!


TRUMP: They're a bunch of phony low-lifes!


HANNITY: I actually love when he does that! (INAUDIBLE) people turn and boo them!

Anyway, Donald Trump calling out the liberal left-wing media as WikiLeaks now exposes yet more damning evidence of collusion between the press and the Clinton campaign just days before Hillary Clinton announced her candidacy. Monica Crowley, Joe Concha -- they're here to react.

And also tonight...


TRUMP: She shouldn't be allowed to run for president. She shouldn't be allowed! She's a crook!


HANNITY: A fired-up Donald Trump campaigning hard in the swing state of Florida. We have the highlights of that rally, and much more. Stay right there.



TRUMP: Keep it going, folks. We're fighting a crooked establishment. And just about the biggest part of the crooked establishment are these people right back there with the phony cameras!


TRUMP: They're a bunch of phony low-lifes!

GOV. MIKE PENCE , R-IND, VICE PRESIDENTIAL NOMINEE: The truth is, I think the American people have had enough. We've especially had enough of the -- the collusion between the national media and Hillary Clinton's campaign. Have you heard about some of that? I mean, it's just amazing!


HANNITY: All right, Donald Trump and his running mate, Indiana governor Mike Pence, going after a very abusively biased liberal media. Now, WikiLeaks has been uncovering the widespread collusion that does exist between the press and the Clinton campaign.

But the latest example may be the most shocking yet. On April the 9th of last year, just days before Hillary Clinton officially launched her campaign, an e-mail released by WikiLeaks appears to show that 25 so-called journalists who closely covered Hillary Clinton all invited to John Podesta's home for wining and dining and -- the list includes reporters from the AP and Bloomberg and CBS and CNBC, CNN, MSNBC, NBC, The New York Times, Politico, Reuters, The Hill and The Wall Street Journal. Nobody from Fox News. Where was my invitation? I don't know. It got lost in the mail or something!

Here with reaction, The Hill's media reporter, Joe Concha, and Fox News contributor Monica Crowley.

You know what's so amazing about this, is Monica and I, we're radio and TV hosts, right?


HANNITY: That's what we do. Do I hide the fact that I'm a conservative?

JOE CONCHA, THE HILL NEWSPAPER: You're transparent in your support of Donald Trump, and I think your audience appreciates that because you're not pretending to be objective, like say, a John Harwood, who is the chief Washington correspondent for CNBC and a New York Times contributor. He's still going on the guise of being objective. That gets him to be a debate moderator, like he was last year.

When you're transparent, at least people appreciate that. And the fact you're an opinion host doesn't hold you to that standard (INAUDIBLE)

HANNITY: By the way, the news people at this network -- they do their job.  I'm a -- we give opinion, just like newspapers have an editorial page.  This is one editorial show. But they have been so dishonest here. And this level of collusion, this incestuous relationship is far deeper, I think, Monica, than anybody knew.

CROWLEY: And that's the point, Sean, because for decades, we've known that the news media has been largely on the left. If you look from Pew polling of national correspondents starting in 1964, 94 percent voted for Lyndon Johnson over Barry Goldwater.

1980, Ronald Reagan, who won the country in a landslide, 81 percent of national correspondents voted for Jimmy Carter.

What's different about this time qualitatively and quantitatively is the level of support and activism for the Democratic nominee for president.  And that comes out of two things. It doesn't grow out of a love for Hillary Clinton. Nobody actually likes Hillary Clinton. They might vote for her...

HANNITY: Joe likes her.

CROWLEY: ... but they don't actually like her. And Joe...


CROWLEY: ... doesn't like her!

HANNITY: Did you get an invitation to dinner, lunch...


CONCHA: ... more of a beer pong kind of a guy, so I don't think I would fit in with (INAUDIBLE)

HANNITY: All right, you and I will hang out then, all right, but...

CROWLEY: But you know what? It doesn't come out of this love for Hillary.  What it comes out of is this ideological affinity for her because she's a Democrat and they're liberals and Democrats also. They want to see the agenda pursued.

HANNITY: All right...

CROWLEY: But it comes out of a hatred and fear of Donald Trump. And that's why the activism has ratcheted up to a level we have never seen before!

HANNITY: Well, I said in 2008, journalism is dead in America. I didn't know how right I was, nor did I think I'd have the level of proof that we now have.

What are the consequences for this guy -- what's his name, Thrush at Politico? What are the consequences for the CNN people, the MSNBC -- what's John Harwood's consequences?

In other words, I've been hit this entire cycle -- shocker, Sean Hannity supports the more conservative candidate. And I've gotten the crap beat out of me this year. You know because you've called or written me and said, Do you have a comment?. Soandso thinks you're this or that.

What are the consequences for them? Because they are something that they're not. I'm being who I said I have been and who I've been for 21 years on this network and 30 years in radio.

CONCHA: Can I bring my 3-year-old daughter into this conversation as an analogy? She jumps on my couch all the time...

HANNITY: (INAUDIBLE) she's smarter than me.

CONCHA: OK. OK. She used to jump on the couch all the time. We were afraid she was going to fall and (INAUDIBLE) So what we did was we took away her cookie after dinner. We put her in the naughty corner and we took away TV. And by actually applying accountability, she finally learned and she apologized.

Now, you mentioned all those people that have broken rules, journalistic malfeasance, sharing debate questions in advance if you're Donna Brazile or if you're Glenn Thrush or Ken Vogel...

HANNITY: At Politico.

CONCHA: Two Politico reporters were caught sharing stories in advance.

HANNITY: What about the MSNBC host that got the questions and read it verbatim?

CONCHA: Or source approval, or quote approval, all of these things, right.  It will keep happening, Sean, or getting worse unless there is accountability. And that means, a, contrition from the people that actually commit these acts, which there's never an apology and then there's never a suspicion. There's never any reprimand. So it's going to keep getting worse.

And trust -- and this isn't a conservative thing. There are plenty of Bernie Sanders people who think that Hillary Clinton got a disproportionate coverage. This is a trust issue with media. And when Donald Trump goes away, if he Trump loses this election, there will be a purge of 150, 200 percent ratings and clicks because that bubble is going to burst, and trust is gone.

HANNITY: Forever. You don't get it back.

CONCHA: You don't get it back. You can't put the toothpaste back in the tube.

HANNITY: You're an anomaly in your business. You've got the little pipsqueak reporter, Jeff Zucker over at CNN. It's outrageous. They don't report on their friends. They don't thank on their own network. They only want to go after Fox. You once said to me there's a whole industry of people that are only employed because they go after us.

CONCHA: It's an industry that goes on both sides, I want to be clear about that. The media research center couldn't exist without liberal media to pick on.

HANNITY: Which is the rest of us, except for us.

CONCHA: Right. And Media Matters employs dozens and dozens of people, has millions of dollars in revenue because of Fox News. If Fox News were to go away, Media Matters does not exist.

HANNITY: Can you imagine the poor guy in their underwear all day that has to listen to three hours of my radio, watch an hour on TV and then take notes. I mean, what a horrible life.

CONCHA: Torture.

HANNITY: By the way, whoever you are, go get a life.

CROWLEY: You asked about consequences. Of course there won't be any real consequences except these reporters might get a raise because the entire structure of these journalistic organizations are shot through with the leftwing bias. When I worked with President Nixon in the early 1990s, I asked him about why is journalism so dominated by the left. And his response was very telling. He said smart conservatives go into business to make money. Smart liberals go into journalism to change the country and change the world.

HANNITY: Interesting.

CROWLEY: And I think that's absolutely right. But you know what? It gets to something that Bernie Sanders said during the primaries and something Donald Trump says every day to this country, that the system is rigged.  And by what he means you don't have a fair, independent, impartial press which is interested in above all the truth.

HANNITY: That should be their goal. But you know what, we now know they did screw Bernie Sanders.

CROWLEY: Of course.

HANNITY: They screwed him big time. I got to break. Coming up next tonight on "Hannity."


TRUMP: She shouldn't be allowed to run for president.


TRUMP: She shouldn't be allowed. She's a crook.


HANNITY: Donald Trump campaigning hard in the swing state of Florida to try and stop the Obama/Clinton machine. We'll play those highlights from that rally, also get reaction from Sheriff David Clarke, Doug Schoen.

Also, we recently did a town hall with Donald Trump Jr., Eric Trump, Lara Trump, and conservative millennial voters. That and more straight ahead.



TRUMP: Crooked Hillary Clinton bleached and deleted 33,000 e-mails, lied to Congress under oath, made 13 iPhones disappear, some with a hammer, then told the FBI she couldn't remember 39 times. Bad memory.

She shouldn't be allowed to run for president.


TRUMP: She shouldn't be allowed. She's a crook. She got the answers to a debate. She got the questions to a debate. And she didn't turn herself in.

The criminal conduct of Hillary Clinton threatens the foundations of democracy. I mean that.


HANNITY: All right, Donald Trump campaigning in Florida earlier today.  Here with reaction, Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke, former Clinton pollster, Fox News contributor Doug Schoen. All right, you're a poll expert.


HANNITY: I am not. I tend to believe polls.

SCHOEN: Right.

HANNITY: Do I think it's possible underreporting of Trump, maybe people don't want to say they want to extremely vet refugees or build a wall, yes, I think that's possible. Brexit possible, yes. But I'm not counting on that. I am saying listen to the polls. Which poll is more credible? The one in past years has been IBD.

SCHOEN: Yes, I think the ORC poll.

HANNITY: The CNN poll.

SCHOEN: Having it about five, yes, average that with IBD, we're around two or three points, because the Republicans come home, the anti-Obama/Hillary people most likely to vote for Trump. This is Michigan, Wisconsin, and Pennsylvania is where this race --

HANNITY: Also New Hampshire. If Donald Trump takes Florida, Ohio, North Carolina and then all of the other red states including Iowa and Indiana, OK, two states that have gone from Obama, he needs New Hampshire, New Mexico, or one of those states you mentioned. He still needs four electoral votes.

SCHOEN: Correct, and it's going to be tough for me but not impossible. I make Hillary the clear favorite.

HANNITY: OK. What do you think, sheriff?

SHERIFF DAVID CLARKE, MILWAUKEE COUNTY: I don't think she's the clear favorite. I'm not going to sit here and argue what the pollsters are doing. They're pretty good at what they do in terms of knowing what they're doing, but the only poll that matters right is the one that's going to be conducted on November 8th, and this is really going to be about turnout, whose base is motivated, whose base is energized, who is going to get their people to the polls to actually cast a ballot. I see that enthusiasm on the side of Donald Trump.

HANNITY: How embarrassing, poor Tim Kaine got 30 people to show up at a Florida event. You see the enthusiasm. It's reminiscent of Obama.

SCHOEN: Yes, it is. The problem is Trump's negative is high, which means that he needs a ground game to get the folks, every last one of them.

HANNITY: We're told by the early voting numbers, my sources have told them they're about 40 percent better, Florida, Ohio, North Carolina, and Iowa than they were in 2012. How do you interpret that?

SCHOEN: I see other states that are showing other evidence. I think it's basically a wash. I think the Democrats will probably have a slight, and I underscore slight advantage going into Election Day. But then it's going to be a question, as Sheriff Clarke was saying, how motivated people are.  And at this point we just don't mow. It's the Clinton ground game against Trump's enthusiasm advantage.

HANNITY: Reince Priebus swears they're 1,000 times better than 2012.

SCHOEN: We will see. I think that that's an open question. But also an open question, Sean, is can the various scandals, emails, now the $675,000 to the wife of the FBI --

HANNITY: Can you believe that? Can you believe that?

SCHOEN: All of these, if they metastasize where people say we just can't elect this person president, then Hillary will have a tougher road to hoe.  So far it hasn't metastasized.

HANNITY: I understand. But you're saying one of these scandals could be the straw that breaks the camel's back.

SCHOEN: Yes. And so far it hasn't happened, but it could happen. And we also have more WikiLeaks to come.

HANNITY: You're right. And they're pretty damning. All right, guys, thank you.

SCHOEN: Thank you.

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


TRUMP: Hillary wants to shut down American energy and put the miners out of work. She said it. We want the mines and the miners out of work.  That's nice. Horrible.


HANNITY: Donald Trump slamming Hillary Clinton's economic agenda. Coming up, Donald Trump Jr., Eric Trump, Lara Trump recently joined us to talk about this issue and more at a millennial town hall. We'll play that for you straight ahead.



TRUMP: We're going to put the miners, the steelworkers, and so many of our other workers that are being clobbered by the stupidity of our government's leadership, we're going to put them back to work, and that includes the steelworkers.


TRUMP: It's going to happen fast, too. It doesn't take a long time, folks. It's going to go first.


HANNITY: That was Donald Trump earlier today promising to create jobs if he's elected president. According to the polls the economy is the most important issue to millennial voters. Last week while we were in Vegas for the third presidential debate we did a town hall with a group of conservative millennial voters, Donald Trump Jr., Eric Trump, his wife Lara. Trump also joined us for the discussion. Watch this.


HANNITY: Let me just throw some numbers out here to get things started, because you guys are going to inherit this world. This election will impact you maybe more than you know today. Here's where we start. We have now 95 million Americans out of the labor force, the lowest labor participation rate since the '70s, the worst recovery since the '40s, a 51 year low in terms of home ownership rate in the country. We have since Obama became president 13 million more Americans on food stamps, 8 million more Americans in poverty, and we've doubled the national debt that they've got to pay back.

To me, first and foremost, we have really failed this generation and we've got to fix it for them. We need to fix the mess that has been created.

ERIC TRUMP, DONALD TRUMP'S SON: And listen, there's $1.4 trillion worth of student debt in this country. If you look at Obama's raised the national debt by $11 trillion over seven-and-a-half. That could have paid all student debt six times over. Think about that. All student debt could have been paid off in this country six times over with the amount that they've increased our national deficit over the last seven-and-a-half years. That's scary, guys. That's really scary.

HANNITY: It really is. Do you feel nervous about your future? You really do? Lara, I know both you and Eric do a lot of philanthropic work and you help a lot of people that are in need. Here's another statistic. One in six American men, 18 to 34 -- how many men in here are 18 to 34? One in six of these guys are either in jail or living in mommy and daddy's basement because there are no jobs available for them.

LARA TRUMP: It's really scary stuff. Look, when I got out of college over 10 years ago it was hard for me to find a job.

HANNITY: It's really five.

LARA TRUMP: It's really. No. But when I talked to kids today and I had been fortunate to go to many college campuses, I got to go back to my college, NC State, recently, it's scary stuff. People are nervous that there aren't jobs out there for them because there aren't jobs because we're shipping manufacturing overseas, because we really don't have the economy in this country to sustain small businesses anymore. And you know you're right, it's going to impact this generation of people. And I think we have smart ones here that are going to vote for Donald Trump.

ERIC TRUMP: Who is voting for Trump? I like it.


HANNITY: Don and I have a lot in common because, like you, I was the troublemaker in my family. I got hit with the belt more than anybody. By the way, if that happened today, all you've got to do is call the police and say they hit me, and your parents will go to jail and you'll never get hit again. Times have changed.

But in all seriousness, I look at Trump Tower. I've been over there a lot, and I watched all of you in your work environment, your everyday environment, and I see a lot of young people and I see how hard they work.  If I'm there at 7:00 in the morning interviewing your dad, the office is pretty full. If I'm there at 7:00 at night, the office is pretty full.  There is an incredible work ethic an opportunity that exists that your father created for a lot of people.

DONALD TRUMP JR., DONALD TRUMP SON: I think without question. That was always the way he was with us growing up. We weren't handed anything.

We were spoiled. To say otherwise would be laughable, but we were spoiled with good experiences, incredible vacations. We got to see cool things.  But they always kept us financially a little bit down. We had to work for things that we wanted. This is going to age me, but I got Nintendo when my friends got Sega. That is how old I am. But because they kept us hungry, they made us work that way, that's what it's about.

By the way, the other problem with the job statistics that we read about is they don't talk about underemployment because of Obamacare. People that used to work 40 hours a week, the small business can't afford the extra regulations and the increased premiums that are doubling and tripling in some of these places now. So people are now working 30 hours instead of 40 hours, work 25 hours instead of 40 hours. So they say numbers on jobs have gone up. That is people working two jobs, OK, just to get by. That's not better job numbers. That's people doing twice as much just to be in the same place. And that's also really scary.

So to promote that kind of entrepreneurship, to do the kind of things my father is doing is what is special about this. That's why we need someone who is not part of the D.C. cartel. And that's a bipartisan problem. Both sides have done this.

HANNITY: I agree.

DONALD TRUMP JR.: They created this mess. They've never done it in practice. It's theory, right? We push a button and jobs just magically appear even though we've never actually signed the front of a paycheck creating any jobs. It's not that simple.

I think with youth, we are giving them a major problem. If we all ran our households like the government runs this country we'd all be living in the streets. And we're just making it worse. If you put in typical of typical politicians, Hillary Clinton, this time around, guess what, it's going from 20 to 30 just as fast. And there is a point of no return.

HANNITY: That's what I worry most about what you said, a point of no return.

Here is another statistic that I think should shock you. Would you be surprised if I told you one in five American families, go down any neighborhood, count four houses and go to the fifth house, there is not a single family member in that household working today. Does that surprise you? Since Obama has been president, there is a lot of talk about demographic voting in this election. Black Americans, there has been a 58 percent increase on food stamps and a 20 percent increase black Americans that are not in the labor force.

And by the way, you're right, Don. We don't count them anymore because those numbers are fraudulent and phony. They don't give you real unemployment number.

DONALD TRUMP JR.: If you've been out of work six months you no longer count. You want the job. You just can't have it.

HANNITY: If you did accounting that way, you'd go to jail.

ERIC TRUMP: Sean, also think about the fact that median incomes in this country, this is scary stuff for anybody entering the workforce, but median incomes in this country haven't gone up in 15 years. So you went into the labor force when you're 20, you're now 35. You're not getting paid any more money. But what is killing you is Obamacare. Premiums have gone crazy. Utilities have gone up. We're highest-taxed nation in the world.

HANNITY: Obamacare has cost average American $4,100, and the promise was keep your doctor, keep your plan, save $2,500 a year.

DONALD TRUMP JR.: That's what this is, Sean. That's what it is. People are sick as politics as usual.


HANNITY: And coming up, we need your help, a very important "Question of the Day" straight ahead.


HANNITY: Time for our "Question of the Day." So if Obamacare continues to fail, are the Democrats, is Hillary going to push for single payer, which makes everything that much worse? We want to hear from you. Go to Facebook.com/SeanHannity, @SeanHannity on Twitter, let us know what you think.

That is all the time we have left this evening. As always, thanks for being with us. We'll see you with just 13 days to go until election night, tomorrow night.

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