Gingrich: Reagan won undecided voters week before election; Huckabee: WikiLeaks revealed Clinton's 'criminal enterprise'

This is a rush transcript from "Hannity," November 4, 2016. This copy may not be in its final form and may be updated.

SEAN HANNITY, HOST:  And welcome to "Hannity" this Friday night, a lot of news tonight.  Tonight, Hillary Clinton and her partner in crime, Barack Obama -- they have hit a shameful and absolutely despicable new low in American politics!  This is a story the rest of the media, as Megyn was saying, will not tell you about, but we will tonight.

For now the second day in a row, the president of the United States while campaigning for Hillary Rodham Clinton accused Donald Trump of something that is outright false, without any evidence, that he supports the KKK. This is the president of the United States!


BARACK OBAMA, PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES:  If you accept the support of Klan sympathizers, if you don't denounce them right away because you're kind of not sure, well, that's what you're going to do when you're in office.


HANNITY:  All right, that's the president of the United States going as deep in the gutter as anybody can get playing racial politics.  Why?  To scare African-American voters in to voting for a candidate and party that has a long history of rampant racism.

Now, Project Veritas this week -- they put out a disturbing new undercover video that no one else in the Clinton-loving media will dare to show you. That's because in it, you will see a major Democratic donor making racist comments about African-Americans. And we've told you Fox hasn't independently verified it.  You can see the content for yourself.  It is beyond shocking!  Watch this.


UNIDENTIFIED MALE:  Our journalist was speaking with Leah and Benjamin Barber (ph).  Mr. Barber is a well-known political theorist and author, and he is a major donor to Democrats and specifically to Hillary Clinton.


UNIDENTIFIED MALE:  You'd think that they would...


UNIDENTIFIED MALE:  ... Holocaust.






UNIDENTIFIED MALE:  (INAUDIBLE) blacks (INAUDIBLE) helping the other side (INAUDIBLE) (EXPLETIVE DELETED) (INAUDIBLE) only helping the enemy (INAUDIBLE) help someone, it will be different, and maybe (INAUDIBLE) somehow to save my race (ph) (INAUDIBLE)


HANNITY:  Now, yet again today, we reached out to the Clinton campaign and Benjamin Barber for a comment.  Guess what?  We didn't hear back.

Now, instead of spewing vile rhetoric at Donald Trump, shouldn't the president condemn that video from his party?  He won't because it would then upend the Democrats' long campaign to falsely smear Republicans, like when Vice President Joe Biden -- you may remember this.


JOSEPH BIDEN, VICE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES:  Romney wants to let the-- he said in the first 100 days, he's going to let the big banks once again write their own rules.  Unchain Wall Street!  They're going to put y'all back in chains.


HANNITY:  Every four years, these Democrats relentlessly are pandering to minority voters.  Here's Hillary Clinton using a phony Southern accent. She changes her tone, her pitch, her cadence, her entire speaking approach while speaking to African-Americans.  Watch this.


HILLARY CLINTON, SECRETARY OF STATE:  I don't feel no ways tired.


CLINTON:  I come too far from where I started from.


CLINTON:  Nobody told me that the road would be easy.


HANNITY:  All right, so if the president and Hillary Clinton, if they want to play the race card and paint this utterly false narrative that Donald Trump supports the KKK, Hillary Clinton's own mentor was someone who actually was in the Ku Klux Klan.  Here's what Hillary Clinton said about the former Klansman, former Democratic senator Robert KKK Byrd after he died.


CLINTON:  Senator Byrd was a man of surpassing eloquence and nobility. From my first day in the Senate, I sought out his guidance and he was always generous with his time and his wisdom.  I admired his tireless advocacy for his West Virginia constituents.  As secretary of state, I continue to rely on his advice and counsel.


HANNITY:  Elegance, nobility, my mentor?  All right, how could Hillary Clinton praise somebody like this?  Keep in mind back in 2001 on Tony Snow's show, "Fox News Sunday," Byrd said this.


SEN. ROBERT BYRD, D-WEST VIRGINIA:  A white (EXPLETIVE DELETED.)  I've seen a lot of white (EXPLETIVE DELETED) in my time, if you want to use that word.  But we've all -- we all -- we just need to work together to make our country a better country.


HANNITY:  That's Hillary's mentor.  Also, Hillary has also said very offensive and racist things about African-Americans.  Remember when she called young black men superpredators?  Take a look.


CLINTON:  They are not just gangs of kids anymore.  They are often the kinds of kids that are called superpredators, no conscience, no empathy. We can talk about why they ended up that way, but first we have to bring them to heel.


HANNITY:  Now, all of these examples are clearly shocking, but they're not surprising.  And the reason -- why are the Democrats trying to play the race card against Donald Trump?  Is it because Hillary Clinton has nothing to run on?

Stop for one second.  Hillary Clinton has been in public service 40 years of her life.  Can you think of three specific accomplishments that have improved the lives of the American people?  Because I can't.

She is the single most corrupt, the single most dishonest candidate, the single most self-aggrandizing and enriching candidate to ever seek the presidency!

Now, think about this.  If she wins on Tuesday, Clinton could be indicted while in office.  She will spend all of her time certainly fighting off any type of indictment or criminal charges against her.  Well, that will create in this country a massive constitutional crisis.

Now, we also have new polling that suggests Americans think this will happen.  According to our latest Fox News poll, 47 percent of likely voters say it is very or somewhat likely that the FBI review of Clinton's emails will lead to criminal charges.  And a brand-new McClatchy poll just out tonight shows a total of 83 percent of likely voters believe that Clinton has done something wrong.  I'll interpret – illegal.

We also now are learning that the FBI has opened investigations into Clinton's private email server and into the Clinton Foundation.  Now, this is the private server that FBI agents say there is a 99 percent chance because of her recklessness, her unwillingness to obey the law -- a 99 percent chance that up to five foreign intelligence agencies hacked into and stole her emails.

Now, there's the private server that contained classified, top secret and even the highest classification, special access program information, on that server.  Remember, it was a mom and pop shop in a bathroom closet? This all despite Hillary Clinton saying repeatedly that it didn't.

There are also the 33,000 emails that her team -- remember, they didn't wipe it a cloth.  They used BleachBit.  In other words, they acid-washed it!  So as Trey Gowdy said, God couldn't find it if he wanted to.  And that was to permanently erase after Hillary was served with a congressional subpoena to preserve all those emails.

And now, of course, thanks to Wikileaks, we also know her own aides questioned if Hillary Clinton actually turned over all of the work-related emails.  And right now tonight, CBS News is reporting that the FBI has found new emails on Anthony Weiner's laptop, not duplicates!  As for the Clinton Foundation, the FBI is investigative the Clintons pay-to-play practices, and sources in the FBI are saying an avalanche of new evidence is coming in every day!

Now, Wikileaks exposed that Clinton's own aide that called it Bill Clinton, Inc.  Remember, they were broke when they left the White House.  How did they get $200-plus million?  This is a scheme directly tied to the foundation the former president used to line his pockets with all of that money.

And remember the AP reported that of all of the people, individuals that saw Hillary when she was secretary of state, well, 55 percent nongovernment people, they were people that donated to the Clinton Foundation or pledged to donate to the Clinton Foundation.  Pretty outrageous any way you look at it.

Anyway, not to mention the tens of thousands or millions of dollars, rather, the Clinton Foundation has accepted.  Remember countries that treat women, gays, lesbians, Christians and Jews horribly, countries like Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, the UAE, Brunei, Qatar, Oman, Algeria?  Did Hillary ever criticize these countries?

Women are told how to dress.  They can't drive in Saudi Arabia.  They can't go to work or school without a man's permission?  In Qatar, did you know that marital rape was legal?  Marital beatings are legal of women?  Did you know in Saudi Arabia, gays and lesbians are killed?  Christians and Jews -- you can't build a temple or a Christian church.  They're persecuted!

Anyway, joining us now from Ted's Montana Grill (ph) in Illinois, the author of now the best-seller "Treason," former speaker of the House, Fox News contributor Newt Gingrich.

For two days in a row now, they're playing the race card and using the Klan.  What does that tell you?

NEWT GINGRICH, R-FMR. HOUSE SPEAKER, FOX CONTRIBUTOR:  Well, it tells you that they're desperate and they're terrified.  You can always measure how much trouble they're in by the intensity of their attack and the degree of their desperation.

And I think it's pretty clear now, as you just pointed out -- you know, when you have 87 percent of the country that thinks you did something wrong, you have an uphill climb to get to be president.  When you have over half the country thinks you might have a criminal indictment, it gets pretty tough to get those last votes.

HANNITY:  Yes, by the way, here are the thousands that have been waiting on line and you've been signing books all night.  We appreciate you taking time, Mr. Speaker.

All right, let's say, God forbid, she wins the presidency, will the country be paralyzed?  Will she spend all of her waking hours fighting off potential indictment, fighting with or meeting with lawyers?  Will any work in this country get done, or will we literally be spinning our wheels with no progress whatsoever?

GINGRICH:  Oh, I think that the amount of evidence that's coming out day after day after day, she will drown in investigations, FBI investigations, the Internal Revenue Service in Dallas is investigating the entire legality of the Clinton Foundation.  You're going to have investigations from both the House and the Senate.

And every day we learn -- as you pointed out a minute ago, we learn new things, and all of them are bad.  And so I just think, you know, the evidence -- as you and I were talking about on the radio today, the very fact that the Constitution prohibits office holders or their spouses from taking the kind of money they were taking from Qatar and from Saudi Arabia and from Morocco and from Russia -- it's just clear illegality.

And I think that what the Clintons are doing is they're finally forcing us into a national conversation about whether or not we're going to be a country where the rule of law matters and a country where even the powerful can't commit felonies laws and get away with it.

And I think this is a -- this is a very decisive moment, and because it's so obvious, I think that's why you're going to see the last three days absolute hysterical attacks from the president, from Secretary Clinton and others because I think they sense it's slipping away.

HANNITY:  The president absolutely lost it today.  We'll play that video a little bit later in the program, on top of using the KKK analogy.

You one of the things I like to point out, Mr. Speaker, is I -- are we better off than we were eight years ago?  Well, I look at numbers.  You're a numbers guy.  You're a historian.  But we now have the lowest labor participation rate since the '70s.  We have now 95 million Americans out of the labor force.  We now have 51 percent -- a 51-year low in the home ownership rate, the worst recovery since the '40s, 13 million more Americans that are on food stamps, 8 million more Americans that are in poverty.

We've doubled the national debt.  One in five American families don't have a single family member working.  In the black community, 93 percent voted for Obama.  Well, if you look at the increase, 58 percent increase black Americans on food stamps, 20 percent increase black Americans out of the labor force.

Will this shift?  Will this change?

GINGRICH:  Well, I think that it'll change if you get Donald Trump.  It's not going to change if you keep the same policies, the same personalities, the same approaches.

I mean, the tragedy of many of America's inner cities, Detroit, where 9 percent of the students can read in the 3rd grade, Baltimore, where 13 percent of the students can pass their 8th grade science and math tests -- this cripples people economically, leaves them without a viable future and creates many of the problems that we see bubbling up because people are in despair.

At the same time, I cannot overstate the depth of corruption that we are beginning to learn about from WikiLeaks and from other things, including the FBI investigations and the court-ordered release of various emails.  I mean, the courts have played a major role here in exposing just how bad this is.

And then the total effect, which is growing by the day -- and I can't quite imagine, with 650,000 emails on Anthony Weiner's computer, how many new things we're going to learn over the next couple months, so...

HANNITY:  Well, Huma Abedin signed a...

GINGRICH:  ... I think were Hillary to win...

HANNITY:  She signed a separation agreement saying she had turned all of those over under penalty of law, every email.  And if she has classified emails -- and there was a report tonight that, in fact, there was -- every email on that server would represent a separate count.  It would seem Huma Abedin might have a very quick path to jail, along with her husband, unless of course, they start cooperating.

GINGRICH:  Well, remember, 43 people were indicted, tried or convicted in the Watergate -- it wasn't just Richard Nixon, but there were a whole circle of people -- because you get sucked into these things, and then you get sucked into the cover-up and then you get sucked into lying to the FBI. All these things are felonies.

And I think just Doug Band's memo, the 12-page memo outlining how Clinton, Inc., operates and the way they set the whole thing up to enrich themselves-- that memo alone would give any prosecutor a road map for a trial.

HANNITY:  All right, we got to take a break.  Oh, isn't it nice.  I guess Jay Z and Beyonce are doing a concert.  And that's the same Jay Z -- I think I see a lot of N words in his songs.  Isn't that true?  Yes, quite a bit.  And we have some of the lyrics.  Well, isn't that nice of Hillary to hang out with people that use that wonderful language.

We have more with Newt Gingrich right after the break.  We'll look at the polls when we get back, brand-new Fox polls just released tonight show the race has tightened.  I mean, it is razor-thin, with days (ph) and the momentum going to Donald Trump.

Plus, WikiLeaks continues to be a headache for team Clinton.  Ed Henry has been combing through these emails all week and all day.  We'll have an update and a full report.

Also tonight...


BARACK OBAMA, PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES:  Listen up!  Hey, everybody! Everybody!  Hey!  Hey!  Listen up!  Hey!  I told you to be focused!


HANNITY:  The president absolutely loses it at a rally in North Carolina today.  All of that plus Sheriff David Clarke.  We have a busy news Friday night for you straight ahead.


HANNITY:  And welcome back to "Hannity."  Brand-new Fox News national polls just released tonight show the race is tightening.  In the four-way presidential race, Hillary Clinton is up by only 2 points, 45-43, but in the two-way presidential race, it is a 1-point race, 46-45.

We continue with former speaker of the House Newt Gingrich.  Mr. Speaker, I could give you all the numbers all day long.  Do they even matter at this point?

GINGRICH:  No, I don't think so because I don't think we understand what's happening with the voting public.  You know, for example, that African- American turnout is down from what it was for Obama, and that's why you're getting the kind of savage demagoguery that you saw today.

You know that younger people are very turned off by Hillary and all of this illegality, and that she's not going to get all of the Sanders voters that people expected.  And you also know that in state after state, Republicans are doing very well in the early balloting and in the absentee balloting. In almost every state, they're doing better than they did in 2012, and in a number of the states the Democrats are doing substantially worse.

I think -- in North Carolina, for example, I think the gap is maybe 100,000 to 150,000 worse for the Democrats than it was back in 2012.

So -- and by the way, Reince Priebus deserves a lot of credit because they invested at the Republican National Committee a lot of resources in building a genuine ground game that could match the labor unions and turn out votes.


GINGRICH:  And I think we're seeing in a lot of states...

HANNITY:  You know...

GINGRICH:  ... it's having a big impact.

HANNITY:  I had a conversation with a mutual friend of ours today, and the person's, like, Probably, everybody's made up their mind by now.  And I said no.  History shows there are a lot of people that are going to be walking into that voting booth on Tuesday that will be deciding then, based on what happens on Saturday and Sunday and Monday and maybe early Tuesday.  
Do you agree with that?

GINGRICH:  That's right.  Well, not only that, but I was talking today with several key people who pointed out that in 1980, Reagan does a 30-minute television speech on Monday night, and people -- the undecideds are still making up their mind Monday night, and because he looks and feels presidential, the last people who weren't decided, they break for Reagan by an enormous margin.  He and Carter are almost tied a week out, and starting actually Thursday, yesterday -- starting on Thursday, it all began to break towards Reagan, and on Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday, his margin just kept going up and up and up...

HANNITY:  Is that you see happening now?

GINGRICH:  ... until finally, he...

HANNITY:  Is that what you see happening in Pennsylvania, Michigan and New Hampshire...


HANNITY:  ... and Colorado?

GINGRICH:  You know, I was looking at numbers today that were startling. Michigan was out of play two weeks ago.  Michigan is now in play. Pennsylvania, I think we have two polls now that show both...

HANNITY:  Dead even.

GINGRICH:  ... Toomey and Trump are tied.


GINGRICH:  You know, in New Hampshire, Trump is beginning to pull away. And Ayotte -- Senator Ayotte is winning by a substantial margin.

HANNITY:  Colorado, too.

GINGRICH:  And by the way, young has now come through in Indiana and is consolidating his lead over Birch Bayh, who -- remember, Senator Bayh, the former senator, had a huge lead in the summertime and the Democrats were counting that as a pickup.  That's now clearly going to stay Republican.

Ron Johnson I think is now in a statistical tie, according to the Marquette University poll, which is very, very respected in Wisconsin.

So I see a lot of things -- and as you know, I've been in -- Callista and I were in Georgia, and then I went on to Missouri and Colorado and Nevada. She and I are here tonight in Illinois.  Tomorrow, we'll be in Wisconsin.

As we go around, everywhere we've been, you see an increasing seriousness, an increasing intensity for Trump.  I have people walk up to me all over the place and say to me -- in fact, I went to the movies the other night. I actually took three hours off, went to the movies.

HANNITY:  Wow.  I'm shocked.

GINGRICH:  And the lady who was selling tickets said to me, Trump has to win.

HANNITY:  Well, I agree with her!

GINGRICH:  Now, that kind of...


GINGRICH:  ... of everywhere you go, passion.  I don't have anybody...

HANNITY:  Yes, let me ask you a last question...

GINGRICH:  ... tell me that they were for Hillary.

HANNITY:  And by the way, I do not interrupt you.  Whoever told you that tonight, it's not true.  All right, so Hillary...


GINGRICH:  There are people in Naperville who are going to love that comment because they know who they were and they know that they told me.

HANNITY:  OK.  Jay Z and Beyonce on stage with Hillary tonight.  The rapper repeatedly used the N word, dropped the F bomb, you know, with his F with me, you know I've got it and other songs.  You turned into the mother F-er are greatest.  If you feel like a pimp N word, go brush your shoulders off.  
And I can keep going.  And there's Hillary on stage, you know, and here she's so offended by Donald Trump, ad there she's praising Beyonce and Jay Z.  What is your reaction to that hypocrisy?

GINGRICH:  Well -- well, look, I just -- I don't want to hurt your feelings.  I'm not sure it's hypocrisy.  I think she may forget.  She's been very forgetful over the years.


GINGRICH:  ... maybe she forgets who they are.

HANNITY:  She didn't remember...



GINGRICH:  This could be a sign of the concussion that she didn't know to -- she doesn't actually know who they are, and she thinks it's so nice that they're hanging out with her.

HANNITY:  All right, you...


HANNITY:  Stop making me laugh when I'm really serious.  We're four days away, and you're messing around.  There's no time to mess around.

GINGRICH:  No.  There's nobody better to mess with than Hillary Clinton because she is a crook, she ought to be in jail, and we should not take her seriously as a potential president because she's never going to be the president of the United States.

HANNITY:  From your lips to God's ears.  It would be -- this country will be paralyzed and more divided and a constitutional crisis would await us.

Mr. Speaker, good to see you.  Thank you for taking time.  And my best to the people in Illinois that you're with.

Coming up -- Wikileaks continues to release damning emails related to the Clinton campaign.  Ed Henry- he's been reading it all day.  He has a full report.

Also tonight...


OBAMA:  Listen up!  Hey, everybody!  Everybody!  Hey!  Hey!  Listen up! Hey!  I told you to be focused!


HANNITY:  President Obama loses it as a rally.  Now, if I was Jay Z hanging out with Hillary, he loses his -- at a -- rally.  That's how I'd say it. We'll ask Milwaukee County sheriff David Clarke to respond to all of that and more tonight on "Hannity."


HANNITY:  Welcome back to "Hannity."  While campaigning for Hillary Clinton earlier today, the president completely lost his cool.  This is awesome! Take a look.


OBAMA:  Listen up!  Hey, everybody! Everybody!  Hey!  Hey!  Listen up!  Hey!  I told you to be focused, and you're not focused right now!  Listen to what I'm saying!  Hold up!  Hold up!  Hold up!  Hold up!

Everybody sit down and be quiet for a second!  Everybody sit down and be quiet for a second!  Now, listen up! I'm serious.  Listen up!

You've got an older gentleman who is supporting his candidate.  He's not doing nothing.  You don't have to worry about him.  This is what I mean about folks not being focused.


HANNITY:  By the way, if that was Jay Z describing it, he would have said beep beep beep beep beep because that's obviously how he felt.

And I say that because a few minutes ago, according to the Web site Business Insider -- by the way, a "Hannity" stalker, Oliver Darcy (ph), took a night off from stalking me -- rapper Jay Z repeatedly said the F bomb, even dropped the N word repeatedly at a campaign event with Hillary Clinton being right there.  Isn't that cute?  Isn't that so nice.  And she's so offended by Donald Trump.

Joining us now with reaction, Milwaukee County sheriff David Clarke. What's your reaction to that, Sheriff, both the president and Hillary with Jay Z dropping the N word and F word?

DAVID CLARKE, MILWAUKEE COUNTY SHERIFF:  Yes, let me start with President Obama.  I watched that rally live this afternoon.  I thought it was very embarrassing for him that he had to tell people, you know, about 19 times, Hey, listen up, quiet, stop, sit down, and they just totally ignored him.

Look, the Democrats are in panic mode right now.  I said this months ago, that they faced a black vote deficiency dilemma, Mrs. Bill Clinton.  She was not going to get the turnout that Barack Obama got in '08, and he increased that in 2012. I said that that could be the -- the variable here-- variable here that sinks her campaign.

Look, Donald Trump is doing pretty good with the black vote.  One of the polls I saw, he was getting 20 percent, which is more than any Republican has gotten in several decades.  So they're in panic mode.

Usually, what the Democrats will do is they'll come out and tell blacks that if you vote for a Republican, they'll take your benefits, your welfare away.  They're not even going there.  They're going straight to, you know, the KKK, you know, analogy that was used, that Donald Trump supports the KKK, he'll have the KKK over to the White House, when in fact, President Obama has had the black equivalent of the KKK, Black Lives Matter -- he has hosted them at the White House numerous times.

HANNITY:  So all of this race baiting -- because that's what it is because Donald Trump doesn't support the KKK, and everybody knows it.  But I think you're right.  I think it shows desperation.  And all early voting indicators show that Hillary Clinton is not getting anywhere near the women vote that they need to win, or the black vote that they need to win, or the youth vote.

By the way, if you were Bernie Sanders supporters and now you know that Hillary conspired with the DNC, cheated on debates, I don't think I would be so inclined the support the nominee if I'm a Bernie Sanders supporter.

CLARKE:  No.  There's no momentum, there's no energy.  Look, I've been all across this country on behalf of Donald Trump.  And the Donald Trump supporters are energized, they're motivated.  They cannot wait.  Those who participated in early voting, which is why you see many people on the right, the GOP Republicans, people who identify as Republicans, conservatives taking advantage of early voting, highly energized, and it's going to be a big turnout on November 8th as well.

But one of the reasons why these demographics that they're going after, Mrs. Bill Clinton going after the women vote, going after minorities, why she's not doing well is because she's not a likable person and she's not emotionally connected.

Look, if Donald Trump gets elected as president of the United States, his appeal to the black community, it's going to mean, to me anyway, it's going to mean that he's going to be the best thing that's happened to the black community since Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

HANNITY:  Let me ask, When they play the race card as they do, and Hillary jumps and calls a former Klansman her mentor.  Bill Clinton's mentor was J. William Fulbright, a known segregationist.  The Democratic Party people, like Al Gore's father, Robert Byrd, Hillary's mentor, they weren't there for the Civil Rights Act.  They weren't there for the Voting Rights Act. They were filibustering.

And then they claim the mantle that they're helping the black community. Since Obama has been president we've doubled the debt, 58 percent increase black Americans on food stamps, 20 percent increase black Americans out of the labor force.  I'll put up the home ownership rate for the black Americans.  It's higher than it's ever been, meaning lack of ownership.

I'm just thinking, what hypocrisy.  Why do they still get the majority of votes when I would argue they're not better off under these Democratic policies?  And as Donald Trump says, every four years they come knocking on the door, asking, demanding for votes.  What have they got for it?  Their educational system, violence in inner cities, it's the worst in the country, but the vote for the Democrats still goes on.  Why?

CLARKE:  Because black people have been separated from their history. They've been hoodwinked by the Democrats.  Look, it was the Democrats who tried to uphold the institution of slavery and it took a Republican president, Lincoln, to come along and end that ugly institution.

And as you indicated, it was the democrat that stood in the way of the Voting Rights Act and the Civil Rights Act.  Lyndon Johnson had to get Republican members of Congress in order to get that stuff passed.

But look, I'm telling you right now, Sean, black people are beginning to open their eyes.  That's why I was so ecstatic when Donald Trump reached out -- and he didn't just say it once.  He didn't just say, hey, you're being exploited and your vote is being taken advantage of.  He told them what was possible for them and what should be done for them in their community -- better schools, safer communities, and more jobs.  And that's what's appealing to blacks.  And that's why I don't think this playing this race politics that Obama and the Democrats engaged in, I really don't think it's going to help the turnout this year.

HANNITY:  A new, new deal for black Americans.  I think it's a great idea. Well needed.  Nearly 4,000 people dead in Chicago since Obama has been president, shot, majority African-American, 3,000 people shot this year alone, almost a majority of African-American.  It's disgraceful.  What has the president done to stop it?  Nothing.

All right, sheriff, we love you, good to see.  And we're only almost three days away.  In an hour and a half we'll be three days away from Election Day.

And coming up, WikiLeaks continues to dump damning new emails.  Ed Henry is on the case with the latest revelations.  Plus, we'll also get reaction from Pat Caddell, Mike Huckabee, and much more tonight on "Hannity."


HANNITY:  Welcome back to "Hannity." WikiLeaks continues to release damning emails from the Clinton campaign.  Our own Ed Henry has been combing through it all week, all day.  You must be WikiLeak-ed out.  How are you?


ED HENRY, FOX NEWS CORRESPONDENT:  Good to see you, Sean.  It's now over 47,000 of John Podesta's emails that are out there.  WikiLeaks has said they're going to 50,000 by the election, so obviously there are more coming.

Today new ones about the email scandal, about the Clinton Foundation, and also potential hypocrisy on Clinton's part over pay equity.  First on the email scandal.  Neera Tanden has come up a lot, a liberal activist who is a frequent pen pal of Podesta's, and she's questioned Hillary Clinton's political instinct.  Today she raised questions in a 2015 email about Bryan Pagliano.  Remember, he pled the Fifth before the special Benghazi committee.

And Tanden she says in one email that Bryan is someone who, quote, "retrieved all our emails in a previous year."  She might be referring, it appears to the context, to the 2008 campaign.  So it's raising questions as to whether Pagliano, Hillary Clinton's IT specialist, was involved with the Clintons much sooner.

In terms of the email scandal as well, there's an email exchange between Colin Powell and Cheryl Mills when the email scandal first broke and it appeared that the Clintons were going to try and say Colin Powell had the same set up.  Yes, as secretary of state he used a personal email account but did not have a server.

So look at this email where basically Powell threatens the Clintons through Cheryl Mills and says "I haven't been asked nor said a word about HRC and won't unless you all start it."  So making it clear that he would fire back if they tried to drag him into the email scandal.

Then on the Clinton Foundation, you've heard the name of Doug Band before and you were talking about him before with that 12 page memo.  There's a new email out today where one of Band's associates was saying that while they tried to put new conflict of interest rules in place at the Clinton Foundation in 2011, one of Band's associates said, "Look, if you're going to do that you're going to have serious problems of conflict of interest for Bill Clinton because he was taking speech money, personal gifts, as well as consulting contracts from some of the Clinton Foundation donors," that according to Band and his associate insiders, not critics on the outside.

And they also revealed that some of Bill Clinton's one on one meetings with various foundation donors cost those donors $100,000 to $140,000 just to get a one on one with Bill Clinton.

And then I mentioned pay equity.  What's interesting about that issue is that you had an email pop up where one of Hillary Clinton's advisers was basically saying, wait a second, do we have a problem on pay equity? Because she's out there on the stump all of the time talking about how women have to make the same or more than men.  And this adviser to Hillary Clinton's campaign was saying wait a second, we're not even sure, do women make as much as men do?  So it's interesting she's out on the stump saying everybody else needs to do this, and insiders in some of these WikiLeaks e- mails were saying they weren't sure whether the Clinton campaign was living by that same standard.

HANNITY:  It's fascinating reading.  Honestly I'm staying up at night reading them.  So it shows what a loser I am.

HENRY:  You've got better things to do.

HANNITY:  That's what I do.

HENRY:  Apparently not.

HANNITY:  All right, Ed, thank you.

Joining us now with reaction, former 2016 GOP presidential candidate, former governor Mike Huckabee, FOX News contributor Pat Caddell.  Governor, as I talk to you I'm going to put up just the WikiLeaks revelations specific to the Clinton server up, and then we'll go to the new revelations today.  This is obvious law-breaking, I'd use the word bribery, cover up, destruction of materials.  It actually now seems to make sense that they had the private server because they didn't want Freedom of Information Act request or congressional oversight because of all of the money they're making.

MIKE HUCKABEE, (R) PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE:  Well, it was a very good way for them to cover up their tracks.  I've said this week that the big difference between the Clintons and the Sopranos is that the Sopranos didn't leave and email trail and the Clintons didn't think they were going to either.

But the fact is that the WikiLeaks exposure revealed what really amounts to nothing less than a criminal enterprise.  And the shocking thing is people are going to vote for someone on Tuesday who is either a person who believes that the job of president is serving the public or sucking the life out of the public.

This is why Hillary Clinton cannot be president, because they have used every government agency and all of the powers to do two things -- protect themselves from being accountable to the laws that the rest of us have to live by, and then to use those powers for self-enrichment and for going after their political enemies.  Imagine, if you will, Hillary Clinton having the power of the IRS and all of these agencies --

HANNITY:  They were making enough money.  It's inexplicable to me.  Why? Did they need that much more money?

HUCKABEE:  Well, Sean, you got remember who they're hanging out with. They're hanging around with the George Soros, they're hanging around with all of the billionaires who have so much money that they would like to be part of that.  And, you know, to make $153 million as they did on speeches between 2001 and 2015, that's a pretty good gig.  Bill Clinton gets $100,000 just to have a meeting with somebody.

HANNITY:  Is it worth -- let me bring Pat in here.  If she's elected, you were just telling me before we came on the air, this is a disaster for this country

PAT CADDELL, FOX NEWS CONTRIBUTOR:  Well, I think the problem is -- I went through Watergate.  I was the youngest person on Richard Nixon's enemies list.  I think I may be the oldest on Hillary's at the moment.  But leaving that aside, I think that what we learned is that presidency was consumed when Watergate exploded.  This has already exploded.  We're talking about someone, and I think if the American people if they think about it, they'll have a huge impact, because the day she's elected this crisis starts.  It will not go away.  It's not going away unless she pardons herself or Obama pardons her which would blow the country wide open.

HANNITY:  We'll be more divided than ever before.

CADDELL:  And nothing will happen, the country in a moment of crisis.  So that's really the choice.  This will all be about her and the Clintons and what -- I agree with the governor.  I mean, my God, what you're seeing here is a criminal enterprise, really.  And we all know the foundation was always much worse.  And it is about money and it's about many things.

But you know what, most of all the country is tired of corruption.  And the word that is not allowed to be spoken inside the beltway is corruption in the country.  You've got over 80 percent of the people believe that they're corrupt.

HANNITY:  I have an exit question for both of you.  I'll start with you, Pat.  Who is going to win this election?

CADDELL:  I think at the moment, let me just say, we're in motion and I think it's moving Trump's way.  I lived through 1980 and I think it could be something similar.

HANNITY:  Governor, who is going to win?

HUCKABEE:  Donald Trump is going to win.  It's not going to be as close as people think, and I've said that since the summer when his poll numbers were slow.  I still believe it today.

HANNITY:  I've got to take a break.  Thank you, both.  We'll continue.


HANNITY:  All right, voters head to the polls in four days.  Joining us now is former adviser to the U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron Steve Hilton, and Trump campaign senior adviser A.J. Delgado.  One year ago today, you reminded me, you said what?

A.J. DELGADO, SENIOR ADVISER, TRUMP CAMPAIGN:  I said on this show a year ago that Trump would go all the way and win the presidency.

HANNITY:  And what do you think?  All these polls, are you getting nervous?

DELGADO:  I'm absolutely confident, but we do need all of your millions of viewers watching to make sure they go out and vote.  Let's not forget the 2000 election came down to 537 votes.  So everybody needs to get out there, get their friends and family out there this weekend, Monday, Tuesday.

HANNITY:  Steve, what is your take?  I know people a lot of people are saying, well, maybe this is like Brexit.  Maybe there is a group of people that doesn't want to tell the media they're voting for Trump.  Or maybe, you know, there was an eight, nine point swing in Great Britain.  Do you see similarities here?  Do you expect that here?

STEVE HILTON, FORMER ADVISER TO DAVID CAMERON:  I think that there are certainly similarities.  I think you've got that shaming going on, the moral shaming of the people in the media establishment and the elite saying that if you support Trump just as if you supported Brexit then you're a bigot and a racist and a xenophobe.  That's all true.

But I think for me the really striking thing is that you've got this candidate, Hillary Clinton, for 40 years she has plotted and schemed to get this job, and days away from the moment when she's asking the country to make her president, for what?  She is still unable to set out any kind of positive vision of the change she wants to make to people's lives.  And all this has been exposed in this very long campaign with hundreds of millions of dollars from her big donors and the unions and the special interests.

HANNITY:  So corrupt.

HILTON:  All that has been exposed is her corruption and her essentially emptiness as a politician.  There is nothing there.  It's all calculation.  
There's no conviction.

HANNITY:  I don't think anybody in the audience can tell us where she stands, except she's a pretty liberal politician with no track record of success.

DELGADO:  Right.  And I think what's interesting is I'm hearing a lot of Democrats saying I think I might sit this one out.  We're seeing in early voting we're ahead over where we were in 2012 compared to the Democrats.

HANNITY:  What are the blue states that will go red?

DELGADO:  I think New Hampshire will, maybe Nevada, Florida.

HANNITY:  Ohio will have to go.  He has to get Florida, Ohio.

DELGADO:  I think we have Ohio.  I think we have Florida.  I think Democrats are going to stay home, whether it's her corruption and the bribes, her incompetence of being extremely with handling emails, or just her radical positions.  I think Dems don't want to be associated with it.

HANNITY:  All right, guys, thanks for being with us.  A.J., your prediction a year ago, you're right.

DELGADO:  Take it to the bank.

HANNITY:  We'll take a quick break.  More "Hannity" right after this.


HANNITY:  All right, unfortunately, all the time we have left.  When we see you Monday it will be our last show before the Election Day.

Before we go, quick programming note.  We'll be here -- oh, that's right, we have a show Sunday night, 10:00 p.m.  Hello.  Anyway, wait.  I've got to get my football.  Sunday night, 10:00 p.m.  That's all the time with have left tonight.  A.J. is going to catch the football on the way out.  She's really nervous, so everyone cheer her at home.  Ready?



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