Giuliani on IG report: Mueller should suspend investigation

This is a rush transcript from "Hannity," June 14, 2018. This copy may not be in its final form and may be updated.

SEAN HANNITY, HOST: All right. Welcome to "Hannity."

Welcome to Singapore. It is 9:00 a.m. here, 9:00 p.m. in Washington, D.C.

And the long awaited inspector general's report is out. We have been waiting 18 months for this. And, in fact, we have the full report that the inspector general has put out, these findings.

This is a serious night in some ways. They are so important and so consequential, there's no way I was going home and potentially being in the air when they were released. So, we're at the equator in order to bring you our comprehensive coverage that nobody else in the media frankly will give you, instead of getting stuck on that flight.

Now, look, here's what we did tonight. It's over 560-some-odd pages. We enlisted a team of experts to review every one of them. That is Michael Horowitz's review into literally what is disgusting misconduct, insubordination taking place at the highest levels of the FBI and Department of Justice and the Obama administration. We're going to show you all of the crucial findings.

We have Sara Carter, Gregg Jarrett. We have the great one, Mark Levin, Judge Jeanine Pirro, Rudy Giuliani. They will all help us break this down tonight. An episode of "Hannity" you cannot afford to miss, so much to get to.

Let's get right to it. It's time for tonight's extremely important I.G report opening monologue.


HANNITY: I think it's important before we get into the contents of this report that we're all going to break down in the course of this hour. It's very important to understand something. This is sadly a swamp document.

Now, the swamp always protects the swamp, unfortunately, and in reality, before we even get started, let me just remind you of something I said last night. The facts in this case are not in dispute. The evidence is overwhelming and convertible.

Hillary violated the Espionage Act. That's a fact. She mishandled. She destroyed classified-top secret special access programming information. It's a fact.

She deleted 33,000 subpoenaed emails. She acid washed her hard drive with Bleach Bit so they couldn't get facts. And she had aides destroy her mobile devices with hammers also a fact.

Here is another fact: Kristian Saucier spent a year in prison for, what, six pictures on a cell phone at a submarine that he was proud he worked on. He never shared it with anybody. So, in terms of severity, it doesn't compare to what we know Hillary Clinton did.

Now, we also know that Comey and Trump hater Peter Strzok started writing her exoneration in early May of 2016. That's a fact. They will didn't interview her until July 2nd, 2016, and then July 5th, they exonerated her.

And we know they pulled the legal definition of gross negligence, they pulled it right out of document. They pulled out in one of their earlier writings in this that, in fact, foreign intelligence services had hacked into that bathroom closet, all a fact.

Every single American tonight -- you should be shocked. You should be disappointed. You should be concerned about what we're learning. We're talking about abuse of power and corruption at the highest levels of the FBI, and how the FBI was politicized. It's all true and we have a lot of new evidence we'll share with you tonight.

And I want to be very clear at the start. I'm not talking about rank-and- file FBI guys. I'm not talking about them. I predict by the time this story ends, they will end up being the heroes when they're finally subpoenaed and allowed to testify and tell their stories about what they saw their bosses were doing.

And tonight, we'll highlight the stark difference between two investigations. You get the white glove special treatment for Hillary Clinton and then the heavy-handed tactics all in against Donald Trump. It should shock you. If you believe in equal justice under the law, equal application of our laws and our Constitution.

Now, with Hillary Clinton, everyone was given immunity. With Donald Trump, it's search warrants, subpoenas, breaking down doors at, you know, 6:00 a.m., guns ablazed. The hatred of Donald Trump from the left and the media in this country knows no bounds. There really was a scheme to protect Hillary Rodham Clinton from being indicted and smear and slander then- candidate, then-President-elect Donald Trump and now president at all costs.

Now, the contempt for you, the American people, the thing that some of these people said about us, you, the American people is repugnant, it's appalling. It shouldn't happen in this country.

Now, to the report. As I just said, it's findings confirm pretty much everything we have been telling you here on "Hannity" for months and that many in the media have ignored.

We have Trey Gowdy summed it up very well. He said, quote: I am alarmed, I am angered and I'm deeply disappointed by the inspector general's findings of numerous failures by the DOJ and FBI in investigating potential Espionage Act violations by the former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.

Without further discussion, here's what Gowdy is talking about. First and foremost, we start with disgraced former FBI Director James Comey. Now, President Trump fired Comey for mishandling the Clinton server investigation among other reasons. He deserved to be fired.

Tonight, the president is vindicated. The inspector general finds in this report James Comey's actions were both extraordinary and insubordinate. His investigation into Hillary Clinton deviated from well-established department policies.

Now, this includes Comey and other FBI agents allowing Clinton aide and witnesses to the investigation, Cheryl Mills, to actually sit in during Hillary Clinton's FBI interview, an interview that took place after Comey had already drafted a letter exonerating Hillary of all charges.

And there's more. The report also finds that while investigating Hillary Clinton for conducting official government business, with a private email account, whoa, James Comey was also using a private email account to conduct official government business.

And, by the way, Comey responded on Twitter writing, quote: I respect the DOJ I.G. office, which is why I urged them to do this review. The conclusions are reasonable, even though I disagree with some. People of good faith can see an unprecedented situation differently. I pray no director faces it again. Thanks to I.G.'s people for hard work.

Let's break this down. James Comey, the FBI director, went rogue. There is no other conclusion. He broke longstanding department policy literally writing the exoneration of Hillary Clinton before ever interviewing her or 17 other key witnesses. Closed up the investigation.

And immediately the same people this hated Trump that we now know and we'll prove it in more detail, the same people literally begin the investigation of Donald Trump. Remember, they exonerated her way back in May. Interviewed her July 2nd, July 5th -- oh, she is exonerated.

And we know people that committed the very same misdeeds as Clinton, well, they were investigated and many put in jail. That's why Comey was fired and should be investigated further. That's not all.

Now, we have even more evidence to show how FBI agents mishandled the Clinton investigation. Let's go back to the I.G. report. Agents involved in the Clinton Foundation investigation, get this: they were instructed to take no overt investigative steps prior to the election. And the report also confirmed that while the FBI was tiptoeing around their favored candidate, Hillary Clinton, who they fully thought would win the election, Clinton's private server was being accessed by foreign actors. Oh, that's something else that they took out.

And, remember the FBI Trump-hating love birds, Strzok and Page, well, they are back and they're back in a big way tonight. And, by the way, they're heavily featured in Horowitz's report. When you see this, keep in mind, Horowitz unbelievably, this is outrageous, did not find that bias impacted the FBI investigation.

I'm sorry, Mr. Horowitz, you're wrong. Look at this newly uncovered text message. The date, August 8th, 2016, Page exclaims: Trump is never going to become president, right? Right? And Strzok responds, quote: No. No, he's not. We'll stop it.

We'll stop it. In case you are wondering what Strzok is talking about, he's making it crystal clear in this tweet from a month earlier in July of 2016.

Damn, this feels momentous because this matters. The other one did, too -- meaning the investigation into Clinton. But that was to ensure we didn't bleep something up. This matters because this matters. So super glad to be on this voyage with you.

And, of course, Strzok is talking about the impending Russia investigation into the Trump campaign and comparing it to the Clinton investigation which he tried so hard not to screw up because it was his effort to clear Hillary Clinton of all charges so she could remain a candidate, the favored candidate. Don't forget about the insurance policy that was referenced in previous Page/Strzok texts, if in fact Trump won the election.

Now, it's important to also remember that all of this took place around extreme levels of anti-Trump bias at the highest levels of FBI. Some of it should shock the conscience. Page calling Trump an enormous D-bag and add that the to list of insults both Page and Strzok were lobbying against Donald Trump calling him an idiot, a menace, a loathsome human being and so much more. And Strzok is the guy leading all of this investigation.

Then the report concluded about these texts, quote: not only indicative of a biased state of mind, but even more seriously implies a willingness to take official action to impacted the presidential candidate's electoral prospects. Yes, that's political. Lisa Page, by the way, called Trump as we said before, we won't go back to that.

And now, the I.G. found evidence of so much more bias among FBI officials. For example, look at this message from one unnamed agent, quote: Trump supporters -- by the way, that's you -- are all poor to middle class, uneducated, lazy, POS, we know what that is, that think he will magically grant them jobs for doing nothing.

On October 28th, 2016, shortly after Comey's letter to Congress, that announced the reopening of the Clinton investigation, one unnamed FBI attorney sent an instant message to a fellow FBI employee, look at this: I'm clinging to small pockets of happiness in the dark times of the republic's destruction.

And following the election, the same FBI attorney sent an instant message that said, quote: I'm numb. With a fellow employee responding: I can't stop crying.

Now, prior to the election in September of 2016, one FBI agent involved in an instant message conversation where they attacked President Trump's supporters, their words, not mine, I don't use it -- retarded.

And by the way, that's only the tip of the iceberg. I.G. is referred five FBI employees for investigation after uncovering their extreme political bias and get this: Horowitz's overall conclusion said no prevailing bias at the FBI and its actions in the Clinton and Trump investigations.

Really, Mr. Horowitz? You don't see that as political bias? What do you call everything you just reported? It's all political.

And look at this -- the I.G. report also found that FBI employees received oh, free tickets to sporting events from who? The destroy Trump media, so- called journalists. They went on golf outings with media refs. They were treated to drinks and food by reporters.

Now, because of everything we just showed you, that report concluded the Comey, Page, Strzok and others severely damaged the reputation of the FBI.

And here is what current FBI Director Christopher Wray said about all of these damning findings. Take a look.


CHRISTOPHER WRAY, FBI DIRECTOR: I take this report very seriously and we accept its findings and recommendations. It's also important though to note what the inspector general did not find. This report did not find any evidence of political bias or improper considerations actually impacting the investigation under review. The report does identify errors of judgment, violations of or even disregard for policy and decisions that at the very least with the benefit of hindsight were not the best choices.

We've already started taking the necessary steps to address those issues.


HANNITY: Director Wray, read the document. There is politics all over that document and for you to say otherwise is not fair to the American people, nor is it fair to all the good, honest, hard working FBI individuals rank-and-file that protect us every day that you did rightly talk about today.

A good start? All right, Director Wray. Well, that would be firing Peter Strzok. Why does he still have a job despite everything you just saw? Peter Strzok remains on the payroll of the federal bureau of investigation? Are you kidding me?

And meanwhile, the Obama administration was also featured in the report. Footnote page 89. It reads, quote: President Barack Obama, he was one of 13 individuals with whom Clinton had direct contact using her account.

That information breaks with Obama's initial claims that he learned of Clinton's private email from the media reports. What were they protecting? Remember they changed that to say, oh, a high ranking official.

And the attorney general at the time, Loretta Lynch, he was also taking to task in the report for her now infamous tarmac meeting with Bill Clinton just before they came to a decision in June of 2016. The report states, quote: Lynch's failure to recognize the appearance problem created by former P president Clinton's visit and to take action to cut the visit short was an error in judgment. Yes. OK, 45 minutes talking about grandchildren, I'll buy that.

But first, here is how Chairman Gowdy and Goodlatte, by the way, responded to this entire report earlier today. Take a look.


REP. TREY GOWDY, R-S.C.: What a dark day it is for the FBI and DOJ, two institutions our country desperately needs. We desperately have to be able to have confidence in them. And this level of bias and animus not only did they want to stop the Trump campaign, he wanted to stop the Trump presidency.


BRET BAIER, FOX NEWS HOST: You are talking about Peter Strzok.

GOWDY: Peter Strzok, the FBI agent who was on Hillary Clinton's investigation and arguably the lead Russia investigator, not only wanted to stop his campaign but once he won, got on the Mueller probe because he wanted to impeach him.

REP. BOB GOODLATTE, R-VA.: This report shows that there was special treatment given to Hillary Clinton in the investigation of her case. There is not standard procedures followed in investigating her and there was special treatment given. There is no doubt that this was not proper process and the report shows time and time again how Director Comey and others made mistakes, errors in judgment were deliberate.

People can draw their own conclusions, but it was improperly handled.


HANNITY: Let me sum it up. Hillary Clinton committed felonies and she should have been charged and these people ran interference for her. We have ample evidence of bias corruption, politics, misconduct at the highest levels of the FBI, the DOJ and now, the Obama administration, yet won't call this for what it is Mr. Horowitz? You can't conclude the obvious bias impacted some at the upper echelon of the FBI and their work and their so- called investigation?

Why? Because that would taint the phony Russia co-collusion investigation. We cannot have a two-tiered justice system in the United States of America, one for the Clintons, one for Trump and one for everybody else. Three-tier perhaps.

And while the findings of this report are important, we must now demand more. This is a first step. There's got to be accountability. We have got to have a better system of government or the very foundation of our rule of law in the United States of America is in jeopardy.

Joining us now, President Trump's attorney, former New York City mayor, Rudy Giuliani.

Mr. Mayor, before you took on this position you had on this program identified crimes. I think it is extraordinarily relevant how the upper echelon in the FBI treated Hillary Clinton so she could survive without being indicted as a candidate. And how they have treated Donald Trump and I do believe this impacts whether or not the Mueller investigation at its foundation, considering it's the same people involved now should all go away as a result.

RUDY GIULIANI, PRESIDENT TRUMP'S ATTORNEY: Sean, you're absolutely right. I was on your show about a year and a half before the election. We identified, I think it was 18 violations of the law by Hillary Clinton, none of which Comey and his fix (ph) were able to prove and it's disgraceful.

But we're way beyond Hillary Clinton. We now have an investigation in the words of President Donald Trump from the very beginning has been a fix, a frame-up and a witch-hunt. It was led by Peter Strzok, who -- it is disgraceful and even for the present director of the FBI to have him there tomorrow would be disgraceful.

Every FBI agent should demand that that man be fired and tomorrow, Mueller should suspend his investigation and he should go see Rod Rosenstein, who created him, and the deputy attorney general and Attorney General Sessions who should now step up big time to save his department should suspend that investigation, throw out all the people that have been involved in the phony Trump investigation and bring in honest FBI agents from the New York office who I can trust implicitly and they should turn their attention to Comey, Strzok, Page, all those FBI agents who took gifts -- gifts, Sean? That's called bribery where I come from.

They took tickets to games. They put Governor McDonnell in jail. The angry Democrats who were working for Mueller, they put Governor McDonnell in jail for taking a couple little trinkets, FBI agents selling out and leaking like sieves and statement of Strzok, we're going to stop Donald Trump and he's put in charge the Russia investigation. And the guy that should be the head of this RICO case is Jim Comey, because he's the one who created this atmosphere in the Justice Department.

He's the reason that Strzok was able to operate. Page was able to operate. Those guys are taking tickets? FBI agents should be infuriated by that.

I'm infuriated because I love the FBI.

HANNITY: I don't want people, Mr. Mayor --

GIULIANI: These people don't love the FBI. I do.

HANNITY: Yes, and I was just going to say -- I want to make sure the American people understand. This is not the rank-and-file. This was literally ripped out of the hands of rank-and-file, brought into the seventh floor, the upper echelon of the FBI.

I guess the most important thing here is, especially from your perspective and the president's perspective, if you treat one candidate one way and you literally have crimes and the evidence is incontrovertible -- I mean, I never saw a better case for obstruction than Hillary did to subpoenaed emails.


HANNITY: Deleting, acid washing and breaking up devices.

If you're going to treat her that way, and you look at the bully tactics that have been put together by Weissmann, in the beginning, Strzok and team Mueller put together, how could any American at this point not see that that is a dual system of justice and that is a risk to our entire constitutional republic?

GIULIANI: I think, Sean, I feel that this whole thing has made fools of all of us. I mean, they think we're idiots. We supplied 1.4 million documents. We supplied 32 witnesses. No privilege arguments, and who are we supplying them to?

People who have already concluded to frame Donald Trump agents, who started a phony Russia investigation, that's the whole core of this. That's why the investigation should be suspended. And I am talking for myself now, not the president. But I believe he would agree with this.

Very serious investigation has to be done of the FBI agents at the very top by FBI agents who are honest, in order to prosecute them.


HANNITY: Look at the hatred they have for American people, the hatred they have and the love they had to Hillary. It's all there in black and white. That's political.

Why did Horowitz say there is no evidence of political bias when it's all over his document?

GIULIANI: I don't know. I don't know what Horowitz concluded. I don't know what the FBI director concluded. I'm beyond that.

I think all the attention now should be focused on, let's get a fair investigation of the people who corrupted that investigation, have been engaged in that corrupt investigation from the beginning.

President Trump has said over and over again to me. I did nothing wrong. How could this be?

Now we know how it is. Because, these people fixed it that's how it is.

Please, American people, read this.

HANNITY: Mr. Mayor --

GIULIANI: Read this. If you're disgusted, and you don't demand the Justice Department begin this investigation and suspend the one of the president and all the people that had been tortured by it, then I don't think we have justice anymore in this country.

HANNITY: Last point. Rod Rosenstein, we now know in meetings, has threatened to subpoena emails, intimidate, harassing congressmen and their staffs who have been tasked constitutionally with the duty of oversight. You know about these threats.

He is the guy that signed the last FISA warrant, knowing that the bulk of information --

GIULIANI: Yes, right.

HANNITY: -- was the phony Clinton paid for dossier and he is the guy that recommended firing Comey. So, he's conflicted.

But intimidating and threatening, to use the power of the Justice Department against congressmen and their staffs, what do you call that? To me, it sounds like obstruction.

GIULIANI: Yes. It's a lot more -- it's a lot clearer obstruction than firing Comey on his recommendation, which is not obstruction. It's within the president's Article II powers.

So, I believe that Rod Rosenstein and Jeff Sessions have a chance to redeem themselves. And that chance comes about tomorrow. It doesn't go beyond tomorrow.

Tomorrow, Mueller should be suspended and honest people should be brought in, impartial people to investigate these people like Strzok. Strzok should be in jail by the end of next week.

HANNITY: All right. Mr. Mayor, thank you. We'll follow this story. Obviously, (INAUDIBLE) a great lineup tonight --


GIULIANI: Let's see if he cooperates -- let's see if he cooperates on Comey. Hah-hah!

HANNITY: Good point.

When we come back, we have Judge Jeanine Pirro, Sara Carter, Gregg Jarrett, later on, the great one, Mark Levin. The I.G. report is out and it's worse than we thought.



GOWDY: Chris Wray, I'm sorry you're wrong. Chris, there are consequences. The consequences are that your fellow citizens questioned whether or not they can have confidence in the world's premier law enforcement agency and that's coming from someone who defended them a lot throughout his career. This was a bitterly disappointing report.

Peter Strzok said that the vote should be 100 million to zero. He can't think of a single solitary American that should vote for Donald Trump to be president. He said he will stop it as a candidate. He talked about impeachment once he won.

Strzok, you come before Congress, you come before the American public and prove to us that your manifest animus towards Donald Trump did not affect your decisions.


HANNITY: Oh, we'll stop him. And if he wins we have an insurance policy and also, let's see, I'll impeach him. That was House Oversight Committee Chairman Trey Gowdy reacting to the release of the DOJ I.G. report.

Here now with details -- wow -- this really brings in some light to Jeanine Pirro's new book, "Liars, Leakers and Liberals: The Case Against the Anti- Trump Conspiracy", Judge Jeanine Pirro. And author of the upcoming book, look at this title, "The Russian Hoax: The Illicit Scheme to Clear Hillary Clinton and Frame Donald Trump", FOX News legal analyst, Greg Jarrett. And also, investigative reporter, FOX News contributor Sara Carter.

You have been with us from the beginning. I am blown away at how much hatred, animus, bias, and frankly abuse of power we're seeing here.


HANNITY: And the hate for American people is wow.

CARTER: It's incredible. This is certainly an indictment of the culture of the FBI. What was happening at the FBI from the highest level to the seventh floor all the way down to the people that were involved in this investigation. But certainly not an indictment of all FBI agents, Sean.

I think one of things look at is he was very clear, Horowitz, in this report that although he didn't find documentation, it did cast a cloud over the entire investigation and because of the extraordinary bias.

HANNITY: I'm not buying that I didn't find political bias because it's all over the --

CARTER: No, no. There is political bias all over that report. And it should --

HANNITY: Kimberley Strassel says they're misinterpreting, if you look deeper --

CARTER: That's right.

HANNITY: Meaning, they didn't write it all out. Oh, do this because -- but they really did.

CARTER: Kimberley has a very good point there if you look at this report now there's over 500 pages so we can't say every single page I've read. But if you look throughout the report there is extraordinary bias. We saw it in Peter Strzok, Lisa Page.

This is fruit of the poisonous tree. There is something that Rudy Giuliani said that's very important here. The beginning of the special counsel investigation, the investigation into Trump was tainted and in all cases should probably end right now.

HANNITY: That's the big legal story. Let's go to Greg Jarrett. I think that's the legal point that the mayor is making, considering the circumstances, they exonerate Hillary. They gave her the Cadillac treatment, Donald Trump comes in and it's banging down doors and subpoenas and everything they didn't do for Hillary.

GREGG JARRETT, LEGAL ANALYST, FOX NEWS: Yes. And James Comey is at the forefront. But his reputation today is absolutely in tatters, his integrity has been shredded. I mean, the I.G. found that he not only mishandled the Hillary Clinton case, he broke rules, violated policy, exceeded authority usurped the power of the attorney general. And he was engaging in rank insubordination.

Now the I.G. says and the media, the liberal media has been seizing on this well, we can't prove that his political bias influenced his decision through testimony or documents. Well, of course you can't. Nobody is going to confess verbally that they cleared Hillary Clinton for political reasons. Nobody is going to put their crimes in writing but the evidence is there. It is inexorable.

HANNITY: Yes. Judge Jeanine, I know you have strong feelings about it but I want to stay focused on this. When they exonerate Hillary in May, let's stay on the time line. Comey and Strzok is at the forefront of it. Strzok is the one that interviews Hillary. Strzok is telling Page everything that he hates about Donald Trump. We will stop him, among -- and then, of course, we have an insurance policy and then later we'll impeach him.

And then he becomes the heart and soul almost immediately thereafter of the Russia, quote, "investigation" if you even want to call it that at this point. I do not think that any fair-minded objective discerning person cannot see that these are the wrong people starting this under the wrong circumstances with abusively biased and corrupt opinions and I would argue a lot of illegality in all of this.

JEANINE PIRRO, HOST, FOX NEWS: Well, you know, Sean, the question is not was there, you know, hate and bias. We already know there was hate and bias. And someone who has been a prosecutor and who's been a judge, I can tell you that the question is not is there hate and bias. We already know there is. Anyone with any common sense knows this.

The question is, given the hate and bias, what are we going to do about it? And the inspector general's report does nothing but white wash a series of facts that are so corrupt, so biased and so anti-Trump that you have to step back and say or I do is this the America that I devoted 30 years of my life to? I believe in the system. I believe in justice. I believe in the FBI but tonight--


HANNITY: Judge Pirro, I don't know--

PIRRO: -- I have to question everything that we read.

HANNITY: -- you can't believe in it.

PIRRO: Of course you can't believe in it. And let's assume this, Sean. Let's assume that they came out and said, he violated the rules, Comey, and you know, he made mistakes and errors in judgment. How would you like it if every judge said to a defendant you know what? It was a mistake in judgment. Keep going. It doesn't happen that way for ordinary Americans. This is about it. This--


HANNITY: Let me ask both of you a quick legal question before I go back to Sara. Does this now make a strong, compelling and definitive case that the Mueller probe and I always said look at the -- you know, Clinton donors that he hires. He couldn't find one independent to put on his team? Any team that would put Andrew Weissmann on it with his atrocious track record was always suspicious.

But he also put this Trump hater Peter Strzok on it who we know the fix was in for Hillary then he began with enthusiasm as evidenced by the text message I just put up there. Does this now taint the entire Mueller investigation and should it be suspended as of tomorrow by the attorney general and by Rod Rosenstein who I also have big problems with tonight?

JARRETT: Absolutely.


JARRETT: Because Peter Strzok, Lisa Page and now we learned today yet another FBI lawyer was involved in all three of these. The Clinton e-mail case, the Trump-Russia collusion case and the special counsel probe. And it taints it all.


HANNITY: very quick answer, judge.

PIRRO: And, Sean, what have you here is someone was anti-candidate Trump, anti-President Trump. And now is in a position where he jumps on Mueller's team to deep six Trump. Any judge worth his or her assault would dismiss a case like this in a second.

And it is time for Jeff Sessions to put on his big boy pants and do what he is supposed to do as the attorney general of the United States of America. Or else don't, you know, don't--


HANNITY: Sara, last word.

CARTER: We still have -- we still have another report before an intelligence surveillance act report that we're expecting Horowitz.

HANNITY: That another 18 months away?



PIRRO: But going to be another 18 months away but, no. I don't know.

CARTER: It doesn't matter at that point.

HANNITY: All right. We got to roll. Thank you all. By the way, Judge Jeanine is in as I try to make the 24-hour track back to Eastern Time because it's still 9.35 a.m. here in Singapore.

When we come back, the great one, Mark Levin I hear is he a little worked up over this. Just a little. He will weigh in next.


HANNITY: All right. Joining us now he is the host of CRTV's Levin TV and the host of Life, Liberty, and Levin, the number one show right here Sunday night 10 p.m. I call him the great one.

Well, great one, I look at this, the part of me, and I know how much you love the Constitution. You have dedicated your entire life to studying our Constitution, writing about our Constitution, talking about it.

And I read this, and I see an America that doesn't remind me of the one our founders put together but a two tiered justice system. And I -- it breaks my heart and we have a lot of work to do if we are going to fix this.

MAR LEVIN, HOST, FOX NEWS: I will tell you what I see as I went through this mainly report here, I see several things. Number one, out of all the texts, all the documents, all the e-mails that have been reviewed, do you know what's interesting, Sean? There is not a single pro-Trump text. There's not a single anti-Hillary text. There's not a single pro-Trump senior FBI official. There's not a single anti-Hillary FBI official. This was a cabal.

And these people had as their purpose to interfere with a presidential election. They interfered with this presidential election worse than the Russians could say have ever dreamed of. And I'm not fan of Vladimir Putin and the Russians. Let me tell you that.

James Comey's FBI, there was collusion. The media in this report appalling giving gifts and tickets to sporting events and golf outings and exchange, apparently for leaks. You have a culture of leaks at the FBI. The buck stops with Comey. This is Comey. Comey disgraced. McCabe, criminal referrals. Have you ever heard of an FBI like this.

You have obstruction. Jim Comey spent months trying to make sure that Hillary Clinton was protected. You know why? Because if they had impaneled the federal grand jury and played by the book, she would have been indicted. And the Democratic Party would have had to have another convention and find another candidate. They couldn't allow that they had to defeat Trump.

Comey insubordinate. Usurping the powers of the attorney general. The deputy attorney general. The associate attorney general. Insubordinate. You have collusion, obstruction, insubordination. It is absolutely unbelievable.

I want to get back to the media. The media which sings like a bunch of black birds on a telephone pole. They move in one direction they all move in the other direction. Now we know why. The media was working, much of the media with the FBI. What the inspector general doesn't tell us for some reason which media. Which reporters, which FBI agents. We want to know. And they don't tell us.

Now, there is some recommendations that they have in this report. It was hilarious. Chuck Schumer runs to the Senate floor to immediately defend Comey except as it comes to Hillary Clinton and says and starts talking about the report.

Chuck Schumer hadn't time to read this report neither did any of the other Democrats running to the media. And they all sound the same because they all have the same talking points.

Here's his recommendations, the I.G. We recommend that the department and the FBI consider developing guidance that identifies the risks associated with and alternatives for permitting a witness to attend the voluntary interview of another witness.

That's already Department of Justice policy. What that means is that Comey allowed the Clinton witnesses to collude. We recommend the department consider making explicit, that except in situations for the law requires to permits disclosure and investigating agency cannot publicly announce its recommended charging decision prior to consulting the attorney general. That's already Department of Justice policy.

We recommend that the department and the FBI consider adopting a policy addressing the appropriateness of department employees discussing the conduct of uncharged individuals in public statements. That's already Department of Justice policy.

We recommend that the department consider providing guidance to agents and prosecutors concerning the taking of overt investigative steps, indictments, public announcements or other actions that could impact an election. That's already Department of Justice policy.

I will tell you what, I watched this FBI Director Wray have his press conference and learned exactly nothing. And one of the things he did that I found very troubling to me said is he look, one of the things we're going to do to fix this and we're already on it, we're going to have very significant training of all of our agents, new agents, senior agents, all thousands of agents that they need to be unbiased in their investigation.

And I thought to myself they are unbiased in their investigation. The vast majority of the FBI is unbiased in investigations. Why are you trashing your own agency? The problem isn't Joe FBI agent or Sally FBI agent. The problem is Jim Comey. The problem is McCabe. The problem is Strzok. The problem is Page. The problem is that whole crowd.

And I found it incredibly outrageous that the new FBI director, once he's a, I'm defending the FBI. It's a great institution and I happen to know it is. But on the other hand, everybody needs to be trained not to be biased?

This report, even though the I.G. says he didn't find political bias, I have to say there is bias throughout and he uses the word throughout, but I would ask the inspector general what kind of bias are you talking about racial bias, sexual bias; religious bias? Of course it was political bias.

As I started out by saying, there is not a single pro-Trump text from any of these FBI agents. There is not a single pro-Trump FBI agent. They are supposed to be objective. But they have politicized it to such an extent and the reason, the reason is as I said they had to protect Hillary Clinton because she would have and should have been indicted.

So, Hillary, I saw your little tweet today, kind of thinking well, see, even Comey used his personal e-mail for government business, but Hillary, you violated the Espionage Act and Jim Comey protected you, you could very well be in an orange jumpsuit today and I'm quite, quite serious that you aren't and you should thank God for that.

HANNITY: Great one, Mark Levin. By the way I have a mutual from a mutual friend, Billy says, wow, tell Mark, great rant. He's on fire tonight. Thank you, sir. And it's serious, Mark. You are right. She belongs in jail. Life, liberty, and Levin Sunday night. Number one show on cable every Sunday night 10 Eastern here on Fox.

When we come back, Dr. Sebastian Gorka and Jason Chaffetz on how this anti- Trump media reacting to all of this and much more. Stay with us from Singapore. It's 9.46 a.m. Hope you're doing well.


HANNITY: Your Democratic friends, your corrupt media, they have been rushing to spin and deflect from the I.G. reports, devastating revelations. Watch this.


GLORIA BORGER, CHIEF POLITICAL ANALYST, CNN: The inspector general could not have been more clear about the fact that he says there was no conspiracy here within the FBI.

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: I expected the sledge hammer. We just got the same kind of hammer you used to nail on a painting on the wall. I don't -- I didn't - - I was surprised at how mild it was.

REP. ADAM SCHIFF, D-CALIF.: No political bias influenced the decision-making at either the FBI or the Department of Justice.

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: The decisions described in the report all helped Donald Trump win the election. All the errors were in Trump's favor.


HANNITY: All of those people are just liars political hacks, just spinning away. They don't tell you the truth and they don't care.

And here's now with reaction, Fox News national security analyst, Dr. Sebastian Gorka, Fox News contributor Jason Chaffetz. Dr. Gorka, we'll start with you. Your reaction in all of this.

SEBASTIAN GORKA, NATIONAL SECURITY STRATEGIST, FOX NEWS: Well, disgusted at all the details of the low level stuff, you know, buying somebody a meal to get a leak from them at the FBI. But at the end of the day it's a 560- page cover-up. There's no real there-there. It doesn't get us to the point at which we have people perp walked out of the FBI and the DOJ for slow rolling and undermining an investigation of a real crime, Hillary, and then trying to undermine a political candidate and his administration, Donald Trump.

HANNITY: At the end of the day, and when you look especially at the text messages and these revelations, Congressman Chaffetz, I look at it and this is what I see. I see the people at the highest levels, FBI, DOJ doing everything possible to prevent Hillary from going to jail, they did not enforce the rule of law with her.

And then literally took a sledge hammer and started this witch-hunt investigation against Trump and they never stopped swinging the sledge hammer, which tells me we don't have equal justice under the law under this FBI director, under that last administration. And I think this is just the beginning. Not the end.

JASON CHAFFETZ, FOX NEWS CONTRIBUTOR: No. Look, I really do believe that the American people understand that there is a white washing of what happened when Hillary Clinton's e-mail server. There was not a serious investigation there. They never went after. They didn't -- the report points out that they never went and got all of the actual hardware that was out there.

Hillary Clinton was out there, you know, destroying all the evidence. There was never a serious investigation from the FBI. And I disagree with Sebastian Gorka. This is the prequel. Yu got to understand that the I.G. also has an investigation going into what's going on with the FIA abuse investigation in the Russia investigation.

HANNITY: But congressman. I don't want to go there. Here's the problem. Hillary Clinton should have been in jail. If they treated her like Kristian Saucier, she would have been indicted. And you had all of these people we've talked about tonight protecting her.


HANNITY: Preventing her from getting the treatment every other American would get.

CHAFFETZ: And that's highlighted in this report. We now have hundreds and hundreds of pages of documentation, the manipulation of the media, it was an indictment of the media as well. I think the referral to the Office of Professional Responsibility will bear fruit. That takes time to play out given the rules that they have to do.

HANNITY: Should Hillary be charged based on what we know?

CHAFFETZ: She should have been charged -- she should have been charged a long time ago.


CHAFFETZ: Absolutely.

HANNITY: And they protected her.


HANNITY: And now they are going after Trump the same people that protected her.

GORKA: Horowitz is too close to Comey. This is not what the American people expect. This is not justice.

HANNITY: All right. When we come back, more "Hannity" as we wrap up from Singapore. That's next.


HANNITY: All right. There's beautiful Singapore. And we wanted to stay to make sure we got at least tonight and on the I.G. report. Let not your heart be troubled. Judge Jeanine will have more. We'll have more on Monday when we get back. It's our last show in Singapore. I want to take time to thank everybody.

Give yourselves a big hand. You did a great job. Thank you, as always, you make this show possible. You made us number one in cable news. Thank you for listening to the radio show, watching us, TV show, watching our friend Laura Ingraham standing by. This is important. We're going to get to the bottom of it and there's going to be a huge follow-up on the FBI rank and file talk. Let not your heart be troubled. There she is, Laura Ingraham.

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