Women hurt by the Clintons speak out; Hannity takes on high-profile Dems after debate

This is a rush transcript from "Hannity," October 10, 2016. This copy may not be in its final form and may be updated.

SEAN HANNITY, HOST: And welcome to "Hannity," and tonight, actions speak louder than words and Donald Trump -- he proved that last night at the second presidential debate. Here are some of those highlights.


DONALD TRUMP, R-PRESIDENTIAL NOMINEE: If you look at Bill Clinton, far worse. Mine are words, and his was action. His was what he's done to women. There's never been anybody in the history of politics in this nation that's been so abusive to women, but Bill Clinton was abusive to women.

Hillary Clinton attacked those same women and attacked them viciously.

We have a divided nation because people like her, and believe me, she has tremendous hate in her heart. Her and Obama, whether you like it or not, the way they got out of Iraq, the vacuum they've left -- that's why ISIS formed in the first place. They started from that little area, and now they're in 32 different nations, Hillary. Congratulations. Great job.

HILLARY CLINTON, D-PRESIDENTIAL NOMINEE: You know, it is -- it's just awfully good that someone with the temperament of Donald Trump is not in charge of the law in our country.

TRUMP: Because you'd be in jail.

UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: Secretary Clinton...



HANNITY: All right, so going into last night's presidential showdown, there was a media firestorm over comments that Donald Trump made over 11 years ago. Look, nobody is going to defend what Donald Trump said. They shouldn't.

But here's the thing. Last night, we watched the debate, and those moderators needled and repeatedly pressed Donald Trump over his words from over a decade ago while completely ignoring the actions of Hillary Clinton and her husband against women that accused the president, the former president, of rape, sexual harassment and public shaming.

Now, here's the difference in all of this. Trump said offensive things, and he apologized, said he was sorry and embarrassed, while the Clintons actually did them and never apologized. Now, Hillary Clinton conveniently pretended she was outraged over Donald Trump's comments, but what about the scores of extramarital affairs that Bill Clinton had before and during his time in the White House, and of course, the lies both Hillary and Bill told about those affairs?

Now, if Clinton, Hillary, is so disgusted by Trump's words, then why doesn't she feel the same way about her husband allegedly exposing himself to Paula Jones? In other words, he took his pants down. Was Hillary also outraged that her family had to pay $850,000 to settle that case with Paula Jones, while Clinton's supporters -- remember, they were calling her a piece of trailer trash, drag a dollar through a trailer park, and by the way, engaged in blaming the victims. Remember that?

Now, was Hillary offended when a woman by the name of Juanita Broaddrick accused her husband of actual rape? Now, did Hillary ever investigate those allegations? Did she believe that Ms. Broaddrick had a right to be believed or heard, as she now claims all victims of sexual assault have a right to?

And then what about Kathleen Willey? Now, she claimed in the Oval Office, Bill Clinton groped, grabbed, fondled and kissed her all against her will.  So why did Hillary Clinton call Monica Lewinsky a, quote, "narcissistic loony toon" and ignore the lewd acts that Bill committed with Ms. Lewinsky in the White House?

And perhaps worst of all, the case of Kathy Shelton. Now, she is a woman who was raped when she was 12 years old and whose attacker Hillary Clinton defended and helped get a reduced sentence. So why did Hillary Clinton laugh on tape about the rape of a 12-year-old girl? And by the way, this is a woman that said on tape, Oh -- basically admits she thought the guy was guilty!

Now, you're going to hear from some of these women later in the program.  Now, liberals in the media -- they are so corrupt. They're so biased.  Now, they should ask themselves this. Which is worse here, Donald Trump's words or Bill Clinton's many actions and Hillary Clinton's silence and her long-standing active smears, and of course, cover-ups?

But let's be honest. The media -- well, they won't do anything to damage the Clintons in any way, shape, matter or form, but they'll do everything to damage Donald Trump's campaign. Now, here's proof. According to the Media Research Center, over the weekend, ABC, NBC and CBS morning and evening news -- those shows covered the Trump 2005 tape for over 150 minutes. Now, that compares to just 16 seconds given to Paula Jones in 1994 when she first came forward with allegations against Bill Clinton.

Now, the media also wants to hide the fact that this is a choice election, and of course the real state of the economy that Obama and Clinton have given you, the American people. At the end of the day, we don't have a preacher running for president right now. We do have people that are flawed, imperfect. All have sinned and fallen short.

But look at these numbers. This is what this election should be about -- 95 million of our fellow Americans are out of the labor force, and that includes a 20 percent increase in the number of black Americans who are no longer working under President Obama's policies. We have the lowest labor participation rate now since the 1970s, the worst economic recovery, if you even call it that, since the 1940s.

Our home ownership rate now is at the lowest in 51 years. There are 13 (sic) more Americans on food stamps than before Obama took office, and we've seen a 58 percent increase in African-Americans on food stamps since Obama became president. One in five American families do not have a single family member in the workforce. And 1 in 6 American men 18 to 34, prime working years -- well, they're either in jail or living in Mommy and Daddy's basement. And of course, President Obama, by the time he leaves office will accumulate more debt than every other president, all 43 presidents before him combined, before he leaves office.

Now, there's also the failure of "Obama care" and Americans dealing with surging premiums and skyrocketing deductibles. Get this. I mean, the average increase for a family is $4,100! That's a lot of money. Oh, and I forgot to mention eight million more Americans in poverty since Obama became president.

Also, U.S. foreign policy. That's been a disaster under Obama and Clinton.  This is what the election should be about, ISIS expanding. Iraq and Syria are disasters -- their policies. Iran is stronger than ever. Of course, they gave them the money, $150 billion. The Russian reset a complete and utter failure, a disaster.

So what's worse? Donald Trump admitted it was wrong, locker room talk over a decade ago, or the fact that Hillary Clinton wants to continue to expand upon President Obama's failed policies and failed presidency?

Here with reaction tonight, editor-in-chief of Lifezette and Fox News contributor, nationally syndicated radio host Laura Ingraham, Fox News contributor Monica Crowley.

You know what's amazing in all of this -- Laura, I'll start with you -- is the media never talked about the other women. We're 29 days out of this election. They never brought it up! Donald Trump had to do their job last night, and I thought he did it effectively. But it speaks volumes about who the biggest campaign contributor to Hillary is.

LAURA INGRAHAM, FOX NEWS CONTRIBUTOR: Yes. Let's be clear about what this whole thing is not about, Sean. This is not about Democrats, or frankly, even Republicans standing up for women. It's not about that.

If these people, many of them who voted for Bill Clinton and enthusiastically, cared about women, then, my goodness, they at least wouldn't have invited him to speak to uproarious applause at the Democratic national convention. And if Republicans cared so much about women and offensive comments, then they would have done a lot more to fight as hard as they are fighting right now against Donald Trump, against Hillary Clinton for the same thing that she did but much worse than Trump, which is, as you said, just lacerate these women verbally or sending her henchmen out to undercut them and undermine them. That's really the offense of Hillary.

Bill's behavior was, you know, was disgusting and reprehensible, but she enabled this, and she was part of it because of her role in tamping down the, you know, so-called bimbo eruptions. So the media didn't want to touch that. The Republican leadership -- Oh, we can't talk about that.  That's unseemly. But they'll jump all over Trump because, as we know, Sean, there are a lot of these people in leadership who never wanted him to win. They had to put a good face on it for a while...

HANNITY: That's such a good point.

INGRAHAM: ... because so many voters did. But they -- they were not afraid of him losing. They were afraid of him winning!

HANNITY: Yes, and they still are.


HANNITY: You know, watch what Paul Ryan did today. What they're missing is they created this insurgency year because, as every exit poll showed in the primary, 65 percent of Republicans felt betrayed.

And yet I think Laura is dead on. They're more outraged over Trump because they don't like Trump, but yet they never -- they're more harsh in their criticism towards Trump than either Obama and Clinton. What does that say about these weak...

MONICA CROWLEY, FOX NEWS CONTRIBUTOR: That is because Donald Trump represents an existential threat to everything that those in power hold dear! It's power. It's government control. It's money and it's influence.

They know that if Donald Trump gets elected, he's going to smash the existing order. That's why he is fighting a multi-front war. He is fighting a war against Barack Obama, the president, the White House, the Democratic Party, Hillary Clinton, her campaign, the Republican establishment and the media!

If he wins, Sean, it will be a flat-out miracle because he is fighting off all of these very powerful...

HANNITY: That is so well said.

CROWLEY: ... and influential forces...

HANNITY: Everybody's against him!

CROWLEY: ... that are coming at him...

INGRAHAM: It's disgusting.

CROWLEY: ... because he must be destroyed! And the fact that Donald Trump had an extraordinary comeback moment last night should be the story, and instead, once again, they're ripping him apart because if they let him go forward, if the American people put him into office, they know that it's game over for them!

HANNITY: You know, and Laura, to follow up on Monica's point, really well said, and there was a Drudge headline "Trump against the world" before the debate last night...

INGRAHAM: That's right.

HANNITY: ... which I think is pretty accurate. I've got to believe that the American people that are so fed up -- they made this an insurgency year. We didn't make that happen. They made it happen. And the people that are most responsible are the people in Washington that they failed on every level to serve these people of this country!

INGRAHAM: Think about this, Sean and Monica. Over the last couple of years, all we've heard from Capitol Hill, the Republicans on Capitol Hill, is that they can't really stop Obama's agenda because they don't have the White House. They've been saying this for the last two years. Every time we say, Block the executive amnesty -- Oh, but we don't have the White House. Do something about Planned Parenthood funding. Well, we need the White House. We need veto power.

And then they finally have someone who has a chance, and albeit it's not a huge chance right now, but it's a chance to stop the Clinton corruption and stop this executive overreach! They finally have someone who can do it, and when do they do? After what was a masterful debate performance, they make the story the next day about how there's Republican disunity.

Paul Ryan makes the day after that strong debate a story about himself on a moral high horse, looking down on the plain of all the plebes. And I find that to be so disappointing and maddening for the people of country, for our Supreme Court that is on the line. And I don't know how Paul Ryan thinks his "better way" agenda is going to get through a Hillary Clinton administration. That's ludicrous, absolutely ludicrous.

HANNITY: I totally agree. Monica?

CROWLEY: Yes, you know, when you look at the Trump phenomenon, it's actually the latest iteration of the Tea Party movement, which is the grass roots groundswell of regular, everyday working Americans who wanted to believe in the Republican Party, and yet time and again, the GOP have let them down.

They've sent droves of Republicans to Washington in wave elections -- 2010, right, 2014, and even before that. There would not have been the need for a Tea Party movement, there would not have been a Donald Trump candidacy if the Republican Party had stayed true to its core objectives and core principles...

HANNITY: I'll tell you this...

CROWLEY: ... of limited government, fiscal responsibility...

HANNITY: I think that old Republican order...

CROWLEY: ... and holding (INAUDIBLE) accountable!

HANNITY: I think that old Republican order is dead. It's not coming back.  It is over. And Paul Ryan won't be speaker very long. I can predict that, too.

CROWLEY: And the GOP establishment doesn't get it, or they don't want to get it!


CROWLEY: And they are now going to go extinct because this movement is not going away!

HANNITY: Good to see you all. Thank you.

And a quick programming note. The third and final presidential debate will take place next Tuesday in Las Vegas, and Fox's own Chris Wallace will be moderating. You don't want to miss it. Make sure you tune into the Fox News Channel for the best coverage.

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


CLINTON: It's just awfully good that someone with the temperament of Donald Trump is not in charge of the law in this country.

TRUMP: Because you'd be in jail.

UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: Secretary Clinton...



HANNITY: Wow. The line that everybody was talking about from last night's debate. Coming up next, Jay Sekulow, Doug Schoen, Charlie Hurt -- they'll join us, and so much more, including our interviews with Juanita Broaddrick, Kathleen Willey and Kathy Shelton, straight ahead.




TRUMP: For you to say that there was nothing wrong with you deleting 39,000 e-mails -- again, you should be ashamed of yourself, what you did, and this is after getting a subpoena from the United States Congress!

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: We have to move on. Secretary Clinton, you can respond...


UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: We want to give the audience...


TRUMP: ... private sector, you'd be put in jail, let alone after getting a subpoena from the United States Congress!

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: Secretary Clinton.

CLINTON: You know, it is -- it's just awfully good that someone with the temperament of Donald Trump is not in charge of the law in our country.

TRUMP: Because you'd be in jail.

UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: Secretary Clinton...



HANNITY: Donald Trump last night saying Hillary Clinton deserves jail time for mishandling classified information on her private e-mail server system.

Joining with us reaction, author of "Unholy Alliance," the chief counsel for the American Center for Law and Justice Jay Sekulow, from The Washington Times, Charlie Hurt, and former Clinton pollster, FOX News contributor Doug Schoen.

Jay, I have interviewed people, military people that have had one incident where they mishandled classified information that lost their jobs, that in some cases were tried, and some cases going to jail over mishandling of one piece!

And I was watching -- I got home at 4:30 in the morning last night, and I'm watching these other channels. Never before in the history of this country has anyone said that the opponent should be in jail! I'm, like, never before in the history of the country did anyone break the law like she did and is running for the highest office.

JAY SEKULOW, AMERICAN CENTER FOR LAW AND JUSTICE: Right. Right. Well, you're exactly correct. I mean, look, the fact of the matter is -- and I've said this a lot on your broadcast and I'll say it again. There is no question in my mind that the FBI never intended to really do an investigation here.

You know, just -- Sean, since the last time I was with you last week, the fact is, there's been more information that's been released, and these e- mails and what she did -- I go back to the initial server. The private server itself was a violation of the law. Rudy Giuliani has talked about, you know, 33 to 35 violations, multiple counts of this.

I think, look, the FBI should be embarrassed because of James Comey's politicization, and that's what it was. He became a political figure in this, which is not the role of the FBI director. And the end result of that was not only was justice was not served, but the idea that what Donald Trump said, that I'm going to I'll appoint a special counsel -- by the way, there's a code of federal regulations that allows the attorney general of the United States to, in fact, appoint a special counsel. And it would certainly be warranted in this case because the FBI certainly has shown they're are incapable of being impartial.

HANNITY: You know, Doug, you gave Trump advice on this program, and you even said these issues, he's really threading a needle.


HANNITY: And you felt he hit the perfect pitch last night.

SCHOEN: Right. Yes, he did.


SCHOEN: But let's put it in context. He's still about 5 or 6 points behind, and if he's going to win -- not come close, win -- he's got to expand his constituency beyond his base. He solidified his base, stabilized the race, but now has to go beyond it with an inclusive message.

HANNITY: But don't you think that undecided voters last night also heard and saw -- I mean, look at all the things -- acid washed, BleachBit, deleted the e-mails. She started the birther movement, you know, her horrible double standard as it relates to women, her smearing of women, on issue -- her failure in Iran, her failure in Benghazi, her failure on the economy, her failure on vetting of refugees. There was a lot of substance...


SCHOEN: There was. If he's going to win, he needs to hone into a couple of themes, change, corruption, open borders, her commitment to it and free trade, which he is totally committed to. He has to make the case she's dishonest and cannot be trusted.

HANNITY: Well, he did that last night very effectively.

SCHOEN: He's got to expand it and...


HANNITY: One thing you said to me. He should not be afraid to repeat himself.

SCHOEN: Right.

HANNITY: That was interesting.

All right, coming up, Donald Trump back on the campaign trail today, as Doug just mentioned. We're going to play highlights of his rally in Pennsylvania. We'll check in with Sheriff David Clarke, Austan Goolsbee, Omarosa here next.

Also, before last night's debate, Trump called a press California with three of Bill Clinton's accusers and a woman named Kathy Shelton. Kathy was raped at the age of 12, and Hillary Clinton defended her accuser (sic), even though she thought he was guilty. I spoke with a few of the women after the debate last night.

That and more straight ahead.


HANNITY: And welcome back to "Hannity." So the general election is only 29 days away, and after an electrifying debate performance, Donald Trump is back on the campaign trail today. Now, the GOP nominee was in Pennsylvania. Here are some of those highlights.


TRUMP: So I want to thank you. I want to thank all of the great people of Pennsylvania. I went to school in Pennsylvania.

They've taken our jobs out of Pennsylvania! We're going to be bringing them back, folks, believe me. We're bringing them back.


TRUMP: Oh, what these politicians have done to us! Not going to happen much longer.

So everybody saw the debate last night. So let me tell you, when I said we are going to get a special prosecutor to figure this deal out...


TRUMP: I have never been so ashamed of this country as what's gone on with Hillary Clinton. I have never seen anything like it. I have never, ever seen anything like it. You have never seen anything like it. They are so dishonest. Without the media -- without the media, Hillary Clinton couldn't be elected dog catcher! I mean that. It's true. It's true.



HANNITY: Here with reaction, Milwaukee County sheriff David Clarke, also senior adviser for African-American outreach for the Trump campaign -- I always say Omarosa because I can't pronounce her last name. I didn't know you had a last name until you told me the last time. And you see the guy in the middle of the screen? That's Austan Goolsbee. He's the guy responsible for the economic decline under Obama because he's a former Obama economic adviser. Yes, exactly.

AUSTAN GOOLSBEE, FMR. OBAMA ECONOMIC ADVISER: I thank you for giving me full credit again.


HANNITY: You're very welcome. I take care of my friends.

All right, Omarosa, look, I know he needed -- he came in with all the pressure and weight of the world on his shoulders last night, everybody expecting, Oh, how is he going to handle this? And he just blew it all out of the water! I've never seen a debate performance like that in my entire life. Been in radio 30 years, my 21st year here at FOX. It was pretty unprecedented.

OMAROSA MANIGAULT, TRUMP SR. ADVISER: Well, I saw him right before he walked out. He came through, and I said, How are you feeling? He's, like, I'm ready. And I felt it. I felt that he was ready. He was focused. He was so clear, concise and thorough with his vision for this nation. I was very proud of him.

HANNITY: Sheriff Clarke, what he did last night was something that the media should have been doing this entire campaign. And that is, he prosecuted the case against one of the most dishonest, corrupt politicians that we've ever seen in our lifetime, that has enriched herself more than any other politician. And frankly, on the issue of the women, what Clintons have done to women is beyond a national disgrace!

DAVID CLARKE, MILWAUKEE COUNTY SHERIFF: Sean, it was a thing of beauty.  She came into this thing overconfident, underprepared and smug, and it showed in her face. Look, I like to use boxing analogies because this is going to be a slugfest for the next 29 days. Every time she threw a punch at him, he effectively counterpunched. And when he was leading, he knocked her off balance. She was off balance all night.

Look, I think too much stock is being put into this undecided voter. These undecided voters are only undecided about one thing, and it's really whether or not they're even going to vote, not who to vote for. I think we put too much stock into that.

What this did for Donald Trump last night is it re-energized his base. He needs his base -- in the next 29 days, he needs his base motivated, highly organized and can't wait to get to the polls on November 8, or if they...

HANNITY: He's got that.

CLARKE: ... haven't cast their ballots in early voting.

HANNITY: Hillary Clinton can't get a crowd! I mean, Austan, in fairness...

CLARKE: No, there's no enthusiasm. She -- she thought this was just going to be a repeat of the first night. That's why I said she came in here overconfident. Look, he took it to her! And like I said...

HANNITY: Big-time.

CLARKE: ... metaphorically speaking, because I know what the left will do with this, but he thumped her for 90 minutes.

HANNITY: You know, Austan, when you go back to your buddy Obama -- and you know, I tried to warn the country, and I was right, you were wrong about him -- at least he did have enthusiasm. He had big crowds. He had -- he had people energized. She does not have that!

GOOLSBEE: No. A, I told you, and that -- you almost are going to have to pay me for our bet. I said within two years of him being out of office, you're going to admit that he did an OK job as president. But B, the fact that Donald Trump...

HANNITY: Hell is going to freeze over, but go ahead.

GOOLSBEE: Look, the fact that Donald Trump is getting these rallies of the same people who were screaming "Lock her up," punch her in the face, that crowd...

HANNITY: I don't know anybody that said, Punch her in the face, Austan.

GOOLSBEE: That's exactly what he doesn't need to become president.

MANIGAULT: Listen, I've been to plenty of rallies for him, and I've been a part of these rallies.

GOOLSBEE: He's not going to become the president.

MANIGAULT: They're not screaming, Punch her in the face, Austan. You're being dramatic unnecessarily. But...

HANNITY: Yes. What...


HANNITY: Hang on. Omarosa, you said something to me. People -- there's a side of Donald Trump that people don't know that you know.

MANIGAULT: He cares what's happening with people around him. He wants to make sure that they're comfortable, that they're happy. And more importantly, seeing him with his family, I think that that's the side that folks don't see, when he lets his guard down and playing with his grandchildren and he's -- he's talking to his sons. I think that you would know that Donald Trump has a side that America will connect with.


MANIGAULT: And instead, they're seeing this picture that's being painted by the other side that is not accurate.

HANNITY: Sheriff, I think it was such a strong takedown last night. And I'll use a martial arts analogy. I mean, everything she tried to use against him, he turned back on her. I mean, that's verbal jujitsu, if you will.

CLARKE: Sean, she had no answer for anything that he brought last night.  But one of the nice things that he got in -- again, he went after the African-American vote. He courted the African-American vote last night.  And you know what? When he did that, she had no response, no counter because she knows that the conditions of black voters have been living in under Democrat-controlled cities for the last half century are miserable, and it's finally starting to take hold. That's why she didn't even come back with a response.

HANNITY: And by the way, under Austan Goolsbee's economic plan, what do we got, 58 percent increase black Americans on food stamps. We've got a 20 percent increase black Americans out of the labor force.


MANIGAULT: Home ownership down.

AUSTAN GOOLSBEE, FORMER OBAMA ECONOMIC ADVISER: You've got to be kidding yourself. Have you not seen that he plunged in the polls?

HANNITY: Last week's 150,000 jocks created, and we did a count, another 500,000 out of the labor force. Good look, Austan. Game on. Bet on, 29 days.

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


KATHY SHELTON, CHILD RAPE VICTRIM: At 12 years old Hillary put me through something that you'd never put a 12-year-old through.


HANNITY: Before last night's debate Donald Trump held a press conference with three of Bill Clinton's accusers, also a woman by the name of Kathy Shelton. She was raped when she was 12 years old and Clinton defended the man accused of sexually assaulting her. I spoke with Kathy as well as Juanita Broaddrick and Kathleen Willey last night after the debate.

Plus last night I caught up with some of the liberals in the spin room including John Podesta and Richard Trumka, who you see right there, straight ahead.



SHELTON: At 12 years old, Hillary put me through something that you never put a 12-year-old through. Actions speak louder than words.

JUANITA BROADDRICK, BILL CLINTON ACCUSER: Mr. Trump may have said some bad words, but Bill Clinton raped me and Hillary Clinton threatened me.



BAIER: Before last night's debate Donald Trump did a press conference with three of Bill Clinton's accusers, Paula Jones, Kathleen Willey, and Juanita Broaddrick, and a woman named Kathy Shelton. She was allegedly raped at 12 years of age, and Hillary Clinton actually defended the man who was accused of sexually assaulting her. After the debate, I spoke with three of the victims. Watch.


HANNITY: All right, just before the debate tonight, and it did come up during the debate tonight is the behavior of Bill Clinton. These are women that have been affected by Bill or Hillary Clinton in some way. Kathy Shelton was 12 years old when she was a victim of rape, and the defense attorney, of course, was Hillary Clinton in that case. Kathy, thank you for being with us. Kathleen Willey, I've known you for many years, you tell a story about being groped and grabbed and fondled and kissed against your will in the Oval Office. And Juanita Broaddrick, you told me, I think it was one of if not the hardest interview I ever did in my life when I want to your place in Arkansas and I did the second interview with you.

BROADDRICK: It was hard to tell.

HANNITY: Yes, for you it was hard to tell and hard to live through. And you have made a point coming all the way here. Tell me why.

BROADDRICK: I just think it's so important when people, we're talking about Hillary and her campaign, we're talking about the words that Donald Trump uttered. And he's very embarrassed. He -- he's regretful. He's apologetic for those words. But I've never heard one apology for what Hillary Clinton did to me when she threatened me after her husband raped me. I did have apology from Bill Clinton, although he'll never admit it, but would I like to see him do it in person. You know, they took away a lot from me, and years that I'll never get back. And I just thought it was important to say that.

HANNITY: Do you think that issue is, your presence here, you wanted to send a message actions are stronger than words?

KATHLEEN WILLEY, BILL CLINTON ACCUSER: I think the thing that concerns me the most is the mainstream media continues to talk about Bill Clinton's infidelities. Rape, sexual assault, sexual harassment are not infidelity.


WILLEY: They are not. They are crimes and they are felonies. And that's why I'm here. I want to stress that.

HANNITY: Kathy, your story is different. You sadly went through a rape when you were 12 years old. The defense attorney was Hillary Clinton. A tape was revealed that shows her laughing and saying, oh, he took a lie detector test. Of course he passed. But then she goes on to say I've forever lost faith in lie detector tests, which means she knew or felt he was guilty but she defended this man and as part of the defense smeared you.

SHELTON: At 12 years old she put me through so much, and I didn't even know until 2006 that she was my defense attorney, or the defense's attorney. And she put me through so much that no child would want to go through. And at every speech I've heard her take she says I'm for children and I'm for women. OK, I'm a child at 12 years old. Evidently she said she knew me for six months, and I liked older men. I only lived there for two months so how could she know me for six months?

HANNITY: So she smeared you.

SHELTON: Yes, sir, she did.


HANNITY: And joining us now is someone who saw firsthand Bill Clinton's questionable conduct in the White House, the author of "Crisis of Character," former Secret Service officer Gary Byrne. Also with us, FOX News contributor Mercedes Schlapp. Officer Byrne, you tell stories about him and women in the Oval Office, and specifically you even try to help clean up some of the mess, without being too graphic.

GARY BYRNE, "CRISIS OF CHARACTER" AUTHOR: Yes. First of all, Sean, thank you. It's nice to see you again.

Yes, I describe a story in my book "Crisis of Character" where after an interlude with a woman, the Navy steward brought forward some towels that had obviously fluids from a man, and he was embarrassed. He was appalled. And I felt bad for the steward. So I had him put the towels in a plastic bag and I destroyed them. Many of these things that you hear these women talk about, I don't know how people can't believe them. I certainly do.

HANNITY: And you saw this happen on a fairly regular basis?

BYRNE: Yes. I talk it in my book. I testified to it at least one incident with towels, and then another incident with tissues and lipstick.  And it happened so often that it -- we had a hard time keeping track of who it could have been.

HANNITY: Oh, my gosh.

Mercedes, I know you and Matt, your husband, have come under fire for supporting Donald Trump, and we saw what Paul Ryan did today and Republican outrage over Donald Trump's words, but they are silent about Hillary Clinton and Bill Clinton's actions, and the systematic smearing, slander, besmirching of these women. I for the life me cannot understand what is wrong with these people.

MERCEDES SCHLAPP, WASHINGTON TIMES: Well, I find that for us who would want to see the party be united, Sean. I think, you know, at this point it's very easy to point the finger all at Donald Trump and obviously the massive media coverage of the really offensive video and audio that we had to listen to. But at the same time I do think that it's important for Ryan and those in Congress to really recognize that Hillary Clinton and Bill Clinton have a history of targeting, humiliating, and discrediting women.

HANNITY: Slandering them.

SCHLAPP: I think Gary pointed it out. And the fact is do we really want to reintroduce that into the White House? And I think that's a very critical question that American voters have to ask themselves, Sean. And so I do find --

HANNITY: This tape, Mercedes, where she's laughing and bragging. "I even gave the rapist a lie detector test, and he passed it which forever, you know, took away any trust I have in lie detector tests," knowing that he's guilty, and this woman has now suffered the rest of her life. If Donald Trump did that, what would it be like?

SCHLAPP: You know, I think, again, it's just a double standard. And I think that it would be so much more helpful for Republicans to come together and defeat Hillary Clinton with so much that's on the line in terms of the agenda that we need to move forward in America in terms of the Supreme Court and in terms of economic growth. But, unfortunately, we're stuck in this battle of the video that was absolutely offensive, indefensible, but at the same time he has apologized. But I don't think many of these Republicans are willing to forgive him.

HANNITY: Guys, thank you all for being with us, appreciate it.

Also last night I caught up with John Podesta, Senator Claire McCaskill, Richard Trumka, AFL-CIO, in the spin room after the debate. We'll show you those interviews straight ahead.


HANNITY: And welcome back to "Hannity." So last night right after the debate I went into the spin room and I got a chance to confront some liberals that will never come on this show about their support of Hillary Clinton and their left wing agenda. Let's take a look.


HANNITY: So eight years of Obama, the worst economic statistics, here you have a guy --

RICHARD TRUMKA, AFL-CIO PRESIDENT: I don't agree with that. I don't agree with you.

HANNITY: They are facts.

TRUMKA: It was much worse under George Bush. We were losing 850,000 jobs a month.

HANNITY: We have 12 million more Americans on food stamps under Obama, 8 million in poverty under Obama, lowest labor participation rate under Obama.

TRUMKA: Wait a second. That's because all of the people that were unemployed under George Bush.

HANNITY: It's all Bush's fault. He had eight years to fix it.

TRUMKA: It's the Congress now. This Congress has refused to do anything to fix it.

HANNITY: Don't you love the working guy? You like the working guy?


HANNITY: Let me ask you this.

TRUMKA: Listen to me for a second.

HANNITY: All right.

TRUMKA: You remember what Mitch McConnell said. "We'll do anything from shopping Obama from getting reelected."

HANNITY: I don't care what Mitch McConnell said.

TRUMKA: I do, because he was a Republican and he is in charge of the Senate, and he won't be for much longer because he didn't try to solve the problems the --

HANNITY: You like the working guy?

TRUMKA: That's my fidelity.

HANNITY: That's my fidelity. That's my life. That's my background. My grandparents came here with a nickel in their pockets.

TRUMKA: You shouldn't be supporting Republican.

HANNITY: In all of those years I worked in restaurants washing dishes, cooking, waiting tables --

TRUMKA: How many years was that?

HANNITY: It was 10 years of my life, 11 years of my life. I worked another 10 or 11 years working construction. I never got a job from a poor guy. Not one time in my life. Did you?


HANNITY: Who? What poor guy hired you?

TRUMKA: Every coal company I worked for said they were never making money.  They were all poor.


HANNITY: Good answer, but you never got a job from a poor guy, that's for sure.

All right, what did you think of the debate?

SEN. CLAIRE MCCASKILL, D-MO.: I thought she did a terrific job. I thought the stunt that he pulled at the beginning of the debate --

HANNITY: What stunt?

MCCASKILL: Having the press come in the room with the women there, I thought it was showing him being really maybe more defiant than contrite.

HANNITY: Hillary said that victims of sexual assault should be believed.  Now, I know that everyone is upset about the words of Donald Trump. But we do have a president that was impeached. He did have sex in the Oval Office. We do have a blue dress, cigars were mentioned, and on top of that you had a rape allegation and an allegation that he groped, grabbed, fondled, and kissed women. Should we believe those women or are they liars?

MCCASKILL: Here's what I think we should do.

HANNITY: Should we because or are they liars?

MCCASKILL: I have no idea.

HANNITY: Should we investigate it?

MCCASKILL: I think that they were investigated. Here is what I would say about that. Hillary Clinton is on the ballot.

HANNITY: Who investigated it?

MCCASKILL: Sean, what she has done is she has stayed true to her vows through good and bad. She stuck with her marriage. She didn't trade him in for a younger model.

HANNITY: Was it wrong when she called Monica Lewinsky a "narcissistic loony toon?

MCCASKILL: I'm going to say, Sean, I actually believe that Hillary Clinton has lived up to trying to do what you --

HANNITY: All you politicians never answer questions. Was it wrong that she called her --

MCCASKILL: I think you think this is Perry Mason and I'm going to break down on the stand.

HANNITY: No. I like you. I've always like you.

MCCASKILL: Well, good.

HANNITY: OK, was it wrong that she said that? Was it wrong that she said she'd crucify Gennifer Flowers?

MCCASKILL: This is not what the American people wanted to hear tonight.  And she didn't go there.

HANNITY: She did go there.

MCCASKILL: She did not go there.

HANNITY: She went there about the audio and she said he's unfit to be president.

MCCASKILL: For a lot of reasons, including his lack -- how about him not talking to his vice president? One of the most important policies --

HANNITY: What about the fact Hillary Clinton enriched herself? She'd become a multi-millionaire giving speeches. Don't you think she should release the Wall Street speeches not that it's been revealed that she believes in a philosophy that you act one way in public and another way behind the scenes? Isn't that duplicitous?

MCCASKILL: I think she tried to explain that tonight and I don't think really anybody should get lectured from Donald Trump about getting rich in other peoples' expense. All of the littered contractors along his career - -

HANNITY: Have you met any?

MCCASKILL: Absolutely.

HANNITY: Who have you met? What are their names?

MCCASKILL: The ones who have been talked about in the press. There are many of them.

HANNITY: You never met one.

MCCASKILL: No, I have not met them. Have you?

HANNITY: No, I haven't, because I don't know if they exist.

Here's my next question, because I think this is really important. If Hillary says that these women should be believed that are victims of sexual assault, which is one of -- I have a daughter, I have three sisters, and my mother passed away. I can't imagine -- I know words are bad. I agree with that. I think what he said on the tape, it was appropriate that he apologized. It was appropriate that eh said he was embarrassed, OK. But Hillary was part of a machine that smeared Monica.

MCCASKILL: You say a machine --

HANNITY: You're not answering, "narcissistic loony toon" is what she called her.

MCCASKILL: I don't know when she said that. I don't know what she knew when she said it.

HANNITY: Should she apologize like Donald Trump apologized?

MCCASKILL: Donald Trump apologized?

HANNITY: Tonight, yes.


HANNITY: Seriously. So going into this debate the big question was comments by Donald Trump, but I have the real question. You have more women, and we have Hillary Clinton and Bill Clinton smeared Kathleen Willey, Monica Lewinsky, Hillary said she was a narcissistic loony toon, I asked you, why would words of Donald Trump mean more than the actions of Bill and the smearing by Bill and Hillary?

JOHN PODESTA, CLINTON CAMPAIGN CHAIRMAN: When did this come up? When he lost the first debate, walked into --

HANNITY: You're not answering my question. Why are his words worse than Bill's actions?

PODESTA: I think people will render a judgment on that.

HANNITY: What do you say about it? Was it wrong what Bill did to the women? What do you think about it?

UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: What is your reaction?


HANNITY: And when we come back, we need your help. A very, very important "Question of the Day" is next, straight ahead.


HANNITY: Time for our "Question of the Day." So who do you think won last night's big debate? Just go to Facebook.com/SeanHannity, @SeanHannity on Twitter, we always want to know what you have to say.

That is all the time we have left this evening. As always, thank you for being with us. We will see you back here tomorrow with 28 days to go until Election Day. America lives or dies? You decide. Thanks for being with us.

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