protesters. stay tuned of course, for the great sean hannity. he is up next. >> sean: tonight. >> this is a transition in and very important transition, especially because things will be done beautifully but they will be done differently. >> sean: ainslie and hart is here with her interview of the president-elect trump. three days before the inauguration. the cry crybaby hollywood left are throwing a hippie fit about the incoming administration. laura ingraham is here with reaction. >> i am going to be here a lot, i'm going to be after you. you can run, you can't hide. >> sean: bob beckel is back, how could he have been so wrong about donald trump? >> there is no question that the
process of the election was not legitimate. >> sean: people still question the legitimacy of donald trump's presidency. corey lewandowski will have reaction on that. just three days to go before the inauguration of president-elect donald trump, the sore loser left, hollywood liberals, they are freaking out like we've never seen before. that is tonight's opening monologue. all right, so many on the left are trying to undermine the incoming administration. according to "usa today," little snowflake liberals are preparing to protest in all 50 states throughout the weekend and "the new york post" is reporting that on thursday, out of touch hollywood elites michael moore, alec baldwin, mark ruffalo, they will join new york city mayor comrade de blasio to protest outside of donald trump's hotels right here in new york 70. according to the post, some other liberals are upset that they are doing it in new york city.
they think it will overshadow all the events that they have planned in washington, d.c. variety magazine, they are out with their inauguration issue. featuring the biggest trump eaters at the left has to offer, all on the cover. then you have the band green day, they are taking shots at the president-elect by putting out this video yesterday, i remind you, on martin luther king day. take a look at this. ♪ comes without warning ♪ don't think twice, we live in troubled times ♪ ♪ we live in troubled times ♪ >> sean: then there is a singer katy perry, one of hillary clinton's biggest supporters.
japanese internment in world war ii, to talk about trump's incoming and administration. pretty desperate, but watch this. >> we were an american farm family, in an internment camp. our constitutional rights were taken away from us. it all started with fear and rumors, then it bloomed into the registration of japanese americans. and then labeling with physical types and then eventually internment. ♪ >> don't let history repeat itself. >> sean: they are getting in on all the trump hating hysteria. they won't even say the president-elect's name. the same people talk about building walls around women's body parts, erectile dysfunction and much more. >> let's talk about what's going
on right now because the inauguration of a certain person is happening on january 20th. >> he who shall not be named. >> is happening on generate 20th. there are millions of people who did not vote for him. and to feel frightened. i run into people all the time. they say they are scared, they don't know what to do. >> sean: these crybaby left-wingers need to grow up and accept the fact, be a gracious loser. you lost. donald trump will be the 45th president of the united states. some of you need to get a grip on reality. realize just how completely out of touch you are with the american people. it is you are it failed progressive policies that have been proven to not work. you don't believe me? look at cities like chicago, detroit, baltimore, where they have been ruled by big government ideas that they champion. now we are supposed to listen to the same liberals, let them influence the rest of the country? i don't think so. the elite left needs to get out
there little bubble, their private jets, open their lives for months and maybe look at their electoral maps. you see all the red there? i know, not california, new york, but look at all the red there. that's where donald trump won on a landslide. with these people don't seem to understand is that the people is more than new york and california and most of the northeast. he of millions of people who live in the middle of the country, where all that red is and for eight years, you had 13 million more americans on food stamps, 8 million more in poverty, we have the lowest labor participation rates since the '70s and lewis home ownership rate in 51 years. by the way, for those california liberals that want to succeed because donald trump won, that's okay, go ahead. take your 55 electoral college votes with you. here's my message, the american people rejected the obama clinton agenda. at times stop and fear mongering.
give president-elect trump a mess that barack hussein obama has left us. fox news contributor, do you have any more jobs? and mom of three! >> most important. >> sean: they are not going to change, starting with obamacare, take it from there. energy dependent, theenvironmen. the nea comes out. when it becomes about taxes, the rich versus poor. old versus young. it's predictable, it's not going to stop, is it? >> no, it isn't. to some extent, it is fun to watch i must say because the meltdown is utterly predictable. and also positively tedious. people like harry belafonte, he is one of the honorary cochairmen of the march for women's rights to abortion. they called the march for women, it's really march about
abortion. harry belafonte is one of the honorary cochairs. it was a civil rights pioneer for sure, but harry belafonte ht for many years, ridiculing people who are black but not liberal. using the most horrible language to refer to conservative black americans. also harry belafonte has for years i think spoken of racial animosity by sadly calling america part of the villainy that brought us to 9/11. if you look for blame after 9/11, bin laden didn't come from out of nowhere. you see the hand of america's villainy. i am paraphrasing. villainy was the word he used to describe america after 9/11. this is the kind of agitation squad that we are always going to have out of the elite hollywood left. they feel somehow expurgated from there guilty for being
successful or wealthy, i don't know what it is. they feel better after they did do a rally after like the one you'll see on saturday. they get it all out and then they move onto the next issue. >> sean: let me ask you about another issue that came up today. that is the president, now president, barack obama chelsea manning. the fact that he commuted the sentence of him and also it was julian assange that had texted out, well hey, if he gives him d come to the united states. what does that mean? >> i think we have to look really carefully at all of obama's pardons. the pardon and commutation power is, there is no check on that. that is a presidential prerogative. he could do whatever he wants. at a time where so many in the left are complaining or making these allegations about russia and the release of documents, it is interesting that he decided
to go with the manning commutation. i don't think you're going to hear much of an explanation from president obama, maybe in some post-presidential interview. he'll give us some insights on that. whether it's a gitmo release or some of these other sentences he's commuting, i think again it's all going to have to be sifted out in the historical look back. >> sean: the fact that the white house was hacked, the department of defense, including by the way to the office of personnel management, your personal files, 23 million others. and they didn't do anything speaks volumes about how we have failed the american people. i want to ask you, here's my advice or donald trump. he's three days from becoming the president of the united states. my advice is really simple. don't trust the republican establishment, the democratic establishment or the media establishment ever. part two, keep the promises he made to the american people. he actually laid them out in writing. if he does that, he will walk into reelection and the country will be off in my opinion.
>> i think that's great advice, sean. if president-elect trump comes into office and keeps those people who are waiting in line, all those hours and airplane hangars in minneapolis, keep those people in mind. those people turned out to vote for him. spread the message of economic populism, borders, better trade deals, cracked down on violent crime, economic prosperity, raising the standards of school choice, going into the inner cities, spreading that message. the communities that have been poorly served frankly by both parties, if he does that, i think all of these protesters, all these leftists who are so upset and bitter, i don't know where they're going to go. the country is either going to get better or not. >> sean: is laura ingraham contemplating running for senate for the commonwealth of virginia? >> i've not set up an exploratory committee, sean. i understand you weren't available to run it. i haven't sent that off yet.
>> sean: i will step off now. if you run, i will endorse and support you unless you want me to not do that because it might hurt you. i will do whatever works better for you. >> [laughs] in the commonwealth of virginia, maybe you can un-endorse in northern virginia and in the heartland of virginia. >> sean: the rest of virginia, the normal part of virginia, i will endorse you. >> i am considering it, sean. i haven't started an exploratory committee, the clinical front and business front, i appreciate the question. >> sean: coming up, fox & friends cohosts ainsley earhardt step up with an interview with donald trump. he is back, bob beckel has returned to the five. we go one-on-one about how wrong he was about donald trump. later, corey lewandowski and charles hurt. herman cain and more, straight ahead on
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>> good evening and live from america snooze headquarters. president-elect donald trump a pre-inaugural visit to washington, d.c. the president-elect was at a dinner, heading back to new york tonight, he will return to d.c. for good on thursday. then we'll stay overnight at the blair house, which is customary for the incoming president the night before the inauguration. the second orlando cop killer arrested, following a weeklong manhunt. napping at markeith loyd, earlier today, shortly after he was put on the wanted fugitive list. he is accused of killing deborah clayton last week at a walmart parking lot. he's also wanted in the killing
of his pregnant ex-girlfriend. now back to "hannity." for all of your headlines, log on to fox news.com. >> sean: welcome back to "hannity." they're just three days left until president-elect donald trump is sworn in as the 45th president of the united states. earlier today, ainsley earhardt sat down with mr. trump at trump tower in new york city and this whole interview will air tomorrow morning on "fox & friends," but she joins us with an exclusive preview with her one-on-one sit down. here is what the president-elect told her about senator john lewis is recent comments. >> he conveniently doesn't remember. how do you forget if you go to inauguration? you don't forget something like that. he got caught. it's pretty bad. and it's making him look bad, frankly. he's a very important guy.
this is a transition, a very important transition. especially because things will be done beautifully but they will be done differently than they have been over the past eight years. i can say over the past 16 years. they will be different. we have to have a smooth transition. president obama understands that very well and that's why he's been so gracious. but he understands that. i think for him to have grand standard, because i think you just grandstand it john lewis, and then he got caught in a very bad light. we'll see what happens, as far as other people not going, that's okay. i hope they give me their tickets. >> you're okay with them not going? >> i hope they're going to give us their tickets. >> sean: it's all about the tickets. joining us with a preview for the exclusive interview, the author of the number one "new york times" best-selling, "take heart my child," ainsley earhardt. how long did you sit down with
him? >> they originally were going to give us 10 minutes, it got to 15 and then i asked a few extra questions at the end. about 20 minutes. >> sean: did you notice any change, you've interviewed him a lot, and his family, you know them very well, did you notice any change in him at all? >> immediately, he said how are you doing? we've been on the campaign trail with him for basically two years. he basically said it's been exhausting, hard, they've had to hire a lot of people. he said without a microphone on, so i guess it's okay for me to check the mike share that. he has a lot on his plate. he's going to be the commander-in-chief. i said you are a few days away from becoming the president of the united states of america. how does that feel? because most of us, the majority of our country will never experience that. he said, it's been a long road, i'm extremely honored and glad to serve the american people. >> sean: what else did he say about john lewis?
i noticed, steve harvey took a lot of heat just for meeting with the president-elect. if barack obama invited me to the white house, i would have been there in five seconds. i would have bought him a beer and spread the love. >> steve harvey, kanye west, mlk three, he's met with some prominent americans in this country, he said he was interested in talking with congressman lewis. i said, could you all work together and talk? she said my uncle would have really loved for them to work as a country. there are more pressing issues. everything happening, and russia, there are other pressing issues that our country needs to focus on. we need to come together as a country. he said he was all for that. he said, i don't mind if john lewis if they're not. i would like for them to be there but if you don't want to show up, it's fine. more seats for my family, my friends, my supporters. what he's doing is not hurting me because i really don't care
basically is what he is saying. it hurts the country. >> sean: he addressed the whole issue with you about the attempts, i call them snowflakes, the attempts to delegitimize him as president. i will get into this with bob beckel in the next segment. you have a lot of congressmen and women not going to the inauguration now. no proof of russia affecting the election, all of this as an attempt to hurt him. >> he said he just responded to your tweets, you are insinuating that he might be a behind the leaks. brendan responded to that today in fact and he is not the leaker. someone is. i can only take them for his word, if he says he is not, someone is. someone leaked information to the press. >> sean: i guess the most important thing to me as a conservative is i like his agenda about originalists building the wall, obamacare,
repealing and replacing, he talked specifically about his agenda items. >> i was just firing all these questions, he said repeal and replace will happen at the same time, he doesn't want anyone to be sick, he wants to provide insurance for everyone. a lot of people are wondering how it they are going to pay for this, insurance companies will help them pay for it. about the wall, what was your other question? veterans, come back and serve our country, they are self-medicating. he said that that is uncalled for, that we should help our veterans out, we should get them back on the battlefield of that is what they want. the majority of them is saying that is that what they feel safe. they come back self-medicating, no one is taking care of them. as far as the lord is concerned, the wall is concerned, people can walk in and out. there will be doors. huge gold doors like his apartment. that's what i'm imagining. he's going to build the wall, he is not going to separate
families coming he's going to have a heart about it. >> sean: i think liberals will be glad to hear that. you had some fun questions. trump on these hollywood snowflakes, not going to the inauguration, here's his answer to that. >> it's very interesting what's happening. about the celebrities, where some of them decided they are not going to sing? they were never asked to sing. >> like who? >> all the celebrities. one of them said, i told them i'm not going to sing. you were never asked to sing. many of the celebrities that are saying they are not going, they were never invited. i don't want the celebrities, i want the people. and we have the biggest celebrities in the world there. >> sean: there is celebrities you told me, are there. >> we never even asked them to, he said. what about melania's? tom ford has come out and said he didn't want to dress melania.
melania said we never even asked tom ford. i happen to like tom ford some glasses, he said, but they said they don't like tom ford for his designs. >> sean: this is a great question, because everybody's talking about twitter, whether he will use twitter, let's roll that take. >> what about twitter? are you going to continue to tweet? >> yes. look, i don't like tweeting. i have other things i could be doing. but i get very dishonest media, very dishonest press. it's my only way that i can counteract. for instance, when john lewis said you know, he's never done it before where he skipped and inauguration. well, he has. it turned out to be alive. i'm able to say that. he should not have se said a thg like that. i'm able to say it. when people make mistakes, i called them out. i'm going to be close to
50 million people, including facebook and instagram and different things. i will be very close to 50 million people. when people misrepresent me because the press is very dishonest, unbelievably dishonest, when people misrepresent me, i have at least a way of saying it's a false statement. if the press were honest, which is not, i would absolutely not use twitter. i wouldn't have to. >> sean: listen, he can bypass the media that colluded with hillary. why shouldn't he? >> if you think about it, we get the numbers every day. he has 20 million followers on twitter. how many did you say? >> sean: 50 million people. >> he doesn't need the media. >> sean: the media may find themselves on the outs. the full interview airs tomorrow on fox & friends. any special our? >> throughout the whole show. some people get up at 6:00 a.m., there at the door.
some people get on at 7:00 a.m., probably every 30 minutes we will show it. >> sean: thank you for sharing it. take the mark bob beckel is back, we would go one-on-one onw wrong he was. also tonight. >> you really hurt me. you really did. i did not expect the backlash to be so fierce. >> sean: th steve harvey saying he received heavy liberal backlash for meeting with pr week. herman cain is here with reaction, and more, on this busy newsnight on "hannity." hey, need fast heartburn relief?
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>> sean: welcome back to "hannity." more than 50 democratic members of congress will boycott president-elect trumps election, some are openly questioning the legitimacy of his election victory. we are going to call out the snowflake lawmakers who will be staying home, crybabies, on friday. we will be putting their names at the bottom of the screen during this segment. joining us now to talk about all of this, beckel is back, my favorite liberal, co-friend, cohost of the five, we were so
close, you had a key to my house. >> that's right, i didn't change the locks. >> sean: at my kids would be like wise uncle bob out there smoking cigars at 6:00 a.m. when they are going to school? >> your wife cleaned everything in the house, had to go outside. i gotten a little little bit of trouble for that. i did talk t to your mother-in-w for a long long time. >> sean: i remember that. >> what did it feel like yesterday, was it good to be back? >> it was, it was like deja vu last night at dinner. it was so strange. >> sean: did eric bolling have to do the heimlich again? >> no, fortunately i stayed away from shrimp. >> sean: [laughs] >> it was just so nice, to see those people. >> sean: can i just take my you've never been more wrong on politics in your life. i will play montage of you being so wrong about donald trump. let's roll the tape.
>> i've one thing to say one thing only. that is that this race is over. trump has no place to go, his race, effectively as of tonight, is no longer a presidential race. this race is over, you might as well check it. the question now is how do you minimize damage? as far as donald trump is concerned, it will never, ever happened. remind me of said this, she will crush them. she can crush him from jail. >> sean: from the tape, she will crush him. she will crush him from jail. that's what he said. are you saying i'm right, she belongs there too? why did you see this coming, you are smart. >> i don't think i analyzed the race closer than i did for this one. i don't think i was ever as wrong as i was on this one. i'm usually right. the reason for it was that i happened to look just like
chance at cherokee county north carolina, i am in north carolina. rural county, 65/45. trump was beating her, so i went around to other rural counties, and realize that democrats just and pay any attention to them. >> sean: you know how i knew? because i was out on the road with him, you'v you been doing s for a pretty long time, and i saw with my own eyes the passion, the lines at six in the morning for 7:00 p.m. rallies, they were massive. it reminded me a little bit of the phenomenon with obama in '08 and nobody listen to me and i turned out to be a hundred percent right about obama and the wreckage that he is leaving us in three days -- >> that's just dead wrong. >> sean: that's just dead right. 13 million more in poverty, 13 more in million on stamps.
>> you are still studying te 1950s, aren't you? third operation, i came out and -- >> sean: you saw a vision of me? >> yeah, too many times. they said donald trump's president, and i said jesus, it's true. when i heard that trump announced after 50 years, some of the best diplomats, henry kissinger and others cannot find an answer to the middle east, but who can? donald trump, talking about jared. the guy can build a building but why doesn't you take a crane operator with him? >> sean: argue the same guy that said this, remind me, she
will crush them. welcome home. in all seriousness. >> anything about the democrats, we ignored the rural areas and also frankly, the candidates. 56% negative going against the 60% negative. hell, you could've won that race. >> sean: i think it will take that at the half complement. good to see you. up next, tonight, right here on "hannity." >> do you agree that donald trump is in effect not a legitimate president? >> i think that there is no question but the process that elected him was not legitimate. >> sean: al sharpton adds to the list of crybaby sore loser liberals that are questioning the legitimacy of trumps presidency. corey lewandowski and herman cain are here with reaction. >> a lot of y'all hurt me. you really did. i didn't expect the backlash to
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>> sean: welcome back to "hannity." with only three days left until donald trump because numbs the official 35th president of the united states, the alt left media continues their attack against the president-elect. to question the legitimacy of trumps election when, take a look. >> i think that there' there iso question that the process that elected him was not legitimate, when you look at the evidence from the intelligence agencies,e from the russians and they were
involved, the public discourse at the time of the election, those that were expunged from being able to vote, clearly the process has serious questions about it. >> sean: also over there to msnbc, maxine waters, she was a guest on the mr. thrill up my leg chris matthews show. impeachment. watch this. >> if we find out that somebody on behalf of donald trump was on the phone or in email relations with somebody in russia, or the ambassador to america from russia, and there were some sort of collusion, then what? does that make trump subject to impeachment? what you mean by nonlegitimate? collusion, your turn. >> here's what i'm trying to get to. if we discover that donald trump or his advocates played a role
in helping to devise a strategy, if they are the ones who came up with cricket hillary, the ones who came up with she is ill, something is wrong with her energy and the way that he basically described her in the campaign, i think that is something that would put the question squarely on the table, whether or not he should be impeached. >> sean: joining us now with reaction, avenue strategies partner, cory lewandowski from "the washington times," charlie hurt. cory, i tried everything here. they tried golden shower gate, now they are trying to delegitimize. they tried the russians did it. they even made a comment, maybe the russians were responsible fe appearance that hillary clinton was collapsing at the freedom tower. oh, really? did vladimir putin poison her coffee that morning? what happened? there is something sinister
going on. they don't want to accept the verdict of the american people. how serious said donald trump take this, cory? >> 63 americans joined the election and voted for donald trump, 63 million americans. the american people have spoken. the russians had nothing to do with hillary clinton setting up her own private server in somebody's bathroom or the emails. they had nothing to do with the clinton foundation, the clinton administration since the day they left office, they had nothing to do with hillary clinton not connecting with the american people. the cheese in favor of tpp as the gold standard of trade deals. this is the administration's fault, she was a terrible candidate who could not connect with the american people, they have voted for fundamental, wholesale change which is coming to washington on friday. >> sean: charlie, every big
idea that donald trump ran on and he has been saying in the case for example to ainsley earhardt who is going to air her interview tomorrow, they want to follow through and build the wall. people will call him racist, the xena phobic. he wants an originalist on the supreme court, he will take heat for that. lowering the corporate tax rate, education back to the states, to me this is a nonstop effort, now this campaign and their minds is never going to be over. they want to hurt him. ultimately if they can, they want to destroy him. in my overreaching here or in my accurate? >> no, i don't think we are going to stop hearing about it for four or eight years, they are not going to stop talking about it. one of the things i think upset some the most or causes them the most angst is something they've tried to conceal but you just went through the list of issues. if the media tries to talk about how he ran an issue list can
campaign, bull. >> sean: very specific on every one of those issues. it >> on every one of them. and there were things that were sacrosanct not just to democrats but to republicans. he went after all of those things for it. very specific. they are gladly have hung onto the all of this nonsense, from maxine waters to all of these people saying he's illegitimate. >> sean: do you agree with us, do think this ever ends, with every issue we debate now, especially in the first 100 days and beyond, are they going to try i guess to show their satisfaction but also to try and hurt him politically? >> well, they are. look. they are so ashamed of the election that the hillar hillary clinton campaign ran,
she ran a terrible campaign, she is known to be accountable to accept herself. donald trump went out and talk to the american people. he wants to see what america going forward, american first. jobs for our country, economic growth here, making sure that we have good trade deals. he was very specific about what he wants to do, repeal and replace obamacare. that is already moving on capitol hill. the democrats don't like it. >> sean: my prediction, the snowflakes, it's want to be a never ending snow super storm in d.c. starting this thursday and friday. good to see you guys. appreciate your time. unext on this busy newsnight on "hannity." >> on a personal note, a lot of yell hurt me. he related. i didn't really expect the backlash to be so fierce. >> sean: steve harvey saying he is facing intense liberal backlash after meeting with president-elect to talk about issues that face the black community, herman cain will
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president-elect right here in new york city. while now trump haters are hating on harvey just for meeting with the president. >> on a personal note, on a lot of yell hurt me. you really did. i didn't expect the backlash to be so vicious. >> sean: now fortunately not everyone feels this way steve ansteve naismith my friend doest feel that way. >> how about steph curry? chris paul? adam jones of the baltimore orioles or a host of conscious and sports figures ascending from a business of poverty with those communities customers will they sell out to just for meeting with the man? so why have a problem with steve harvey, a few of them are
interested in helping, let's not confuse that with recognizing the position he is in. respecting it, and using our intellect from where we go from here. not our emotions. >> sean: well said. another front, herman cain is with us. if you look at 4,000 dead in chicago, 80% african-american, and you look at the educational system in inner cities, violence and inner cities, and it donald trump is reaching out not only to steve harvey but his entire diversity coalition, he met with martin luther king jr. the third yesterday, they had a good productive meeting, if barack obama invited me to the white house, i would be there in ten seconds to tell him he is wrong on everything. it's an opportunity. >> yes, it's an opportunity. first of all, kudos to steve hardy, stephen a smith, because john lewis and the others who are going to boycott the
inaugurations, sean, they think they represent the voice of black people, no they do not. they represent the voice of the black plantation. yes, i said it. they are trying to people uninformed. they don't want people to think for themselves. they try to intimidate a marching band from talladega college and it didn't work. they don' do want people to thir themselves and they think by boycotting the inauguration that someone cares. quite frankly, the only people that care about their boycott and their intimidation are not even wanting to sit down with president-elect trump, the only people that carrot gullible enough i sending them back to congress. >> sean: i see a change of demographics, democrats if i control for most of the cities, what we see, more people in poverty, on food stamps, out of work. donald trump hasn't taken office
yet but carrier is bringing jobs back from mexico. $1 billion that gm is going to invest in detroit, fiat, chrysler, they are investing, florida has pulled out of mexi mexico. the biggest chinese investor wants to create 1 million jobs and bring them to inner-city america. if we change the educational system and get them back to work, is there any moment of opportunity here? where a larger much larger percentage of the black vote can go republican of trumpet successful? >> there is a moment of opportunity. but people like john lewis and those black, primarily from the black caucus, that do not want to even talk to donald trump, they don't want that moment of opportunity. what donald trump represents and the people he has surrounded himself with, they are thinking outside the box and those that are going to boycott the inaugurations don't want people to think outside the box, to
solve the problems that steve harvey, stephen a smith, many of us know that we need in order to be able to make a change. they don't want that moment of opportunity. why? because too many of them are dependent upon people not understanding that the old policies have not worked, we need some new ones, and we need to think outside the box. >> sean: all right, herman cain. always good to see you, my friend. when they come back, a very important question of the day. your help is needed. straight ahead. i love my shop, but my back pain was making it hard to sleep and open up on time. then i found aleve pm. the only one to combine a safe sleep aid plus the 12 hour pain relieving strength of aleve. now i'm back. aleve pm for a better am. you may sometimes suffer from a dry mouth. that's why there's biotene. and biotene also comes in a handy spray. so you can moisturize your mouth anytime, anywhere.
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