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i will be on air during the swearing in, sean hannity is up next. have a great night. >> sean: welcome to "hannity." we are coming to you from our nation's capital, on the verge of a historic moment in american history. in just 14 hours, donald j. trump will be sworn in as the 45th president of the united states of america and on the eve of mr. trump's inauguration, it's been a very busy day for the incoming president and the soon to be first family. shortly after 12:00 p.m. eastern, they are all here. mr. trump's youngest son barron, ivanka and her husband jared kushner, along with their children as well as mr. trump's
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youngest daughter tiffany. following them, the president-elect and soon to be first lady melania trump descended the plane staircase shortly after president-elect trump a luncheon where they spoke to one of their many supporters. >> it is great to be here and thank you all for your support. and tomorrow, we are starting the work. a lot to take care of come a lot of responsibility. and we will make america great again. >> sean: and then the soon to be first family accompanied president-elect trump and vice president-elect pence, to witness this very powerful and moving moment at arlington national cemetery.
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>> sean: after that, the celebrations began. starting with this grand entrance from president-elect donald trump and melania at them make america great again concert in front of the lincoln memorial. watch this. ♪ you will never break this heart of stone ♪ ♪ i don't really know ♪ no matter how i try ♪ i just can't make her cry ♪ >> sean: lee greenwood, three doors down, toby keith, and
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donald trump address the crowd. >> that last month the campaign, we knew that something special was happening. on the campaign, i called it the forgotten man and the forgotten woman. well, you are not anymore. that i can tell you. not forgotten anymore. i want to thank you most importantly and i promise you that i will work so hard. we are going to get it turned around. we are going to bring our jobs back. we are not going to let other countries take our jobs any longer. i love you folks. and we are going to work together and we are going to make america great again.
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>> sean: the celebrations are clearly underway but tonight, i want to take a moment to focus on something that is very important. our soon-to-be president has a tremendous opportunity to bring about profound and lasting change to this country. that is tonight's opening monologue. president-elect trump, well, he stunned the world with his big win back in november. he did it by speaking directly to you. the american people. and by laying out a very specific agenda to face the problem we all face. starting t tomorrow, president-elect trump will be inheriting a big mess. i made a point of showing you all the statistics away over a year about obama's failed legacy. were not going to listt. but we will put them up on the side of the screen so you remember why we do it. i think it's point to remember that these are more than numbers what you are looking at there. these are real people. these are your family members, your friends, your colleagues, your neighbors, real americans. it really suffering. they are the forgotten men and women that donald trump spoke
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about and spoke directly to and promised to help. during the campaign, president-elect trump put out a list of promises. he put his comp track for american voter and in it, very s first 100 days. lowering taxes and tax reform. free and fair trade deals to protect american workers and their jobs. fixing our nation's infrastructure and sending education back to the states and school choice. repealing and replacing obamacare. affordable child care, pulling a border wall, keeping community safe, rebuilding our nations military and doing what we call draining the swamp. if he can keep those promises come of this country will be in a much better place one year from now, two years from now, four years from now. so on the eve of this inauguration, my advice for the incoming president is very simple. don't let the washington establishment, republican
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establishment, democratic establishment, media establishment that in the way of accomplishing what is a bold agenda. remember, the bible does tell us, where there is no vision, no insight, the people perish. right now at this moment in history, america desperately needs a revitalization and donald trump, this is your opportunity. you can be the person to do this. so i say to the president-elect, donald trump, congratulations. and the country which is you the best. here now is reaction, fox news contributor bill bennett. maybe i'm keeping it too simple. but if he fulfills that agenda on energy, vetting, the wall, tax cuts, seven brackets to three. if he does all of these things, i think the country is infinitely better off. we will see the benefits within two years maximum. thoughts? >> of course, you are right. i will take half of them or
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two-thirds of them. it's tough. but i think we will get there and i think this very much is a new beginning. i think your counsel and warning is exactly right. it's impressed on him, one can see. they were at holy sites today, at our civic religion, we call it that. the tomb of the unknown soldier, lincoln memorial. look, this guy comes to washington as a certain man, and liberals don't understand him. the media doesn't. a lot of american people do. i've seen in him a lot of what i sound ronald reagan. he had two goals, really, destroy the evil empire. and it too, restore the good sense of the american people. >> tucker>> sean: and he did it. >> and he was the same man that he was when he came. i think donald trump will be the same because there is this
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irrefutable, irrebuttable core to the man that is not going to change. i will take a handful of the things you mentioned. and i will be very pleased. let me just say i don't say this embebitterness. the last act that barack obama performed in office, he performed today. he commuted the sentences of drug dealers. it's time for this to end and us for us to have a new beginning. >> sean: the only question now is will he give hillary clinton apart and as gerald ford did for crimes committed or that have may have been committed. bill bennett, good to see you, it'll be a good day tomorrow. >> thank you, sean. >> sean: joining us now, fox news contributor is there any other job you need? >> welcome to my town. it is my town now. >> sean: there were a few of us that really believed that this could happen. >> can we just enjoy this very
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moment? first of all, look at this. this is where donald trump is going to be living, with his family. i can't believe sean put the itching shouter, as a prank on trumpet. obama would let you do that. think about where we came from 18 months ago when you and i were talking about this movement that we had seen on the radio for years. economic populism, questioning these trade deals, having borders that matter. having immigration, but smart immigration. they look down upon those, and called them protectionists. and trump said, i am with the people. i'm going to win ohio. how many times on election night did we hear that? >> sean: think back to election night.
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people crying, there was shock. and then there was such sadness. >> we weren't exactly thrilled eight years ago. but we boxed it up. we helped the tea party. then the mid turn in 2014 we did the same thing, tried to help romney. in this case, this unlikely vessel, we had someone who had a better pulse on the american people than all of the elite journalists were moping around washington in the last few days. all the elite media, the elites in hollywood. the financial community. they all look down on trumpet and by the same token, were looking down on the millions of people going to the rallies. >> sean: that's when i knew it. you could see it, you could feel it. i was doing all of the candidates and giving them equal time. they were never anywhere near the enthusiasm. >> you saw in your twitter feed.
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they were on fire. his verbal slip-ups, i think people were willing to look past it because they knew that he loved america and he has the best interest. >> sean: i doubt you're going to do the howard stern show just a couple years earlier. not just on howard but it's a controversial show. all right, the question is, i think there are a lot of pitfalls in the city. the point is, there are pitfalls. what you think is the biggest challenge he's going to face here? >> the sheer bureaucracy that bill hinted. the sheer volume of regulations that have to be gutted, the size of the bureaucracy. the career of civil service. many of them good people but
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many are left wing. burrowed into the bureaucracy who won't want to help donald trump and his agenda. they are newbies, coming in with him. while it's good to clear out the old underbrush of government, you kind of have to have a few old hands and they're too who know where all the tangles are to avoid. i think it's the size of the bureaucracy. the malcontents that are burrowed within it, and the lobbyists who are still crawling all over the city. pushing for the same special interests. >> sean: you are right. you really are considering a run. i know you would want to talk about it. in the commonwealth of virginia. i'm your first endorsement. >> you are, sean, if you want to run in new york, i will support you. in florida. >> sean: i couldn't win the dog catcher in new york. >> i like you against rubio. >> sean: thank you for being here. up next on this historic night,
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tonight on "hannity." >> i think it is going to be less of it agenda and more of a philosophical document. a vision of where he sees the country, the proper role of government, citizens. >> sean: incoming press secretary sean spicer, what he will talk about tomorrow in his inaugural address, michelle malkin will join us next. later tonight. >> i am especially pleased, i note the president-elect is. we are wrapping up this transition on schedule and on budget. >> sean: vice president elect mike pence. we will check in with anthony scaramucci. much more, as "hannity" continues in our nation's capital on the eve of the inauguration of donald trump.
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>> this is a fox news alert. inaugural festivities are in full swing. before donald trump becomes the 45th president of the united states. speaking at a dinner tonight, thinking those who help them get here. voicing optimism about his cabinet. >> how great our cabinet has performed, we have a cabinet i
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believe, the likes of which have never been appointed. there is never been cabinet like this. i will say, the other side is going absolutely crazy. they are going crazy. but we have a group of people that i just felt we had to go. >> earlier today he attended a somber service at arlington national cemetery, placing a wreath on the tomb of the unknown soldier. now, back to "hannity." >> it's a movement that began. it's a movement that started, and it is a movement like we've never seen anywhere in the world, they say. there's never been a movement like this. and it is something very, very special. >> sean: welcome back to "hannity." that was president-elect donald trump at the make america
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great again concert at the lincoln memorial. earlier today during his first official press briefing, sean spicer spoke about what president-elect donald trump will occlude in his inauguration speech. all coming up tomorrow. watch this. >> it will be a personal and sincere statement about his vision for the country. he will discuss what it means, to be an american can, the challenges that we face. infrastructure, education, manufacturing base. i think it's going to be less of an agenda and more of a philosophical document. of where he sees the country. the proper role of government. citizens. >> sean: joining me now with reaction, the host of michelle malkin investigates, it's on cr, how are you? >> i'm great, sean, how are you? i've been walking around the
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city all day today, it's electric. i think that people need to be reminded that as many long faces and teary-eyed hollywood celebrities and media type people there, here on the ground, people have come all over the country to yes, celebrate. >> sean: i love donald trump's answer in the interview he did with ainsley earhardt. i hope people give the tickets back. the congressmen and women. this is the only time this has happened in these numbers since 1860 and 1864 with abraham lincoln and southern representatives wouldn't go? >> yes, that's right. shame on these empty chair democrats. they came out, can't put their partisanship aside. for this very historic moment. it tells them about their disingenuous, healing, understanding and peace. >> sean: there is a certain majesty to all of this.
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when you see the peaceful transition of power. there've only been 45 people, that hold that position as the president of our great country. and what an honor. and to make it the solemn event that it is, the celebration, i think it's appropriate for anybody who wins. >> it is in the literal sense, awesome. it is all inducing. especially something else about being on the streets of d.c. hearing from small business owners. i don't know what their politics are. a lot of them don't know what mine are either. when you just see the excitement and the reinvigoration, i was reading some of these liberal media headlines. oh, there will be healing. what is trump going to do to bring people together? guess what, people, he won. >> sean: even people he has brought in, like steve harvey. he gets an invitation from the
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president-elect and gets beaten up for going to talk to him about solving the country's problems. as big as it is to win the presidency, that's kind of the qualifier. the hard work really begins. after all we see tomorrow, then you've got to dig your heels in and to me the biggest challenge i think donald trump faces as a republican establishment, democratic establishment, media establishment. >> yeah, that's right. they transcend. he will fight tooth and nail. fighting republicans that were never for him, thrown in with hillary clinton rather than embracing what we are seeing now, truly a revolution. >> sean: look at the difference between the republicans. they want a $9.7 trillion increase in debt. and then donald trump is in the
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paper talking in the last 48 hours about a 10% reduction in spending in washington. a cut. a real cut. and he talked about a 20% cut in the workforce in washington. >> yes, a somebody who has been involved in conservative politics and media for 25 years, i have more hope than ever that we will fulfill the vision that so many of these establishment republicans demanded the lack abandon. they -- there are a lot of things i disagree with in the direction with what he's going with but in general, we are headed in the r-uppercase-letter right direction. >> sean: do think it's a problem if i wear jeans to the ball? >> what you need is your cowboy boots. >> sean: i left them at home. thanks for being with us, congrats on the show too. coming up next on this busy newsnight from on "hannity." >> i know the president-elect is
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especially pleased on schedule and on budget, with this peaceful transition. >> sean: that's what americans i think want to hear a lot of envy in coming years. i will speak with the communication structure, 68 democratic congress men and women will be boycotting the address tomorrow. austan goolsbee and geraldo rivera will debate. ♪ i use what's already inside me
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♪ >> i am especially pleased and i know the president-elect is a specially please that we are wrapping up this peaceful transition on schedule and under budget. we will actually return some 20% of taxpayer funding back to the u.s. treasury and that is just exactly in keeping with the president-elect's expectations. he is a business man that knows how to sharpen his pencil and i'm very pleased to report today that we are able to do that and restore those dollars to the treasury. >> sean: that was vice president elect mike pence. speaking with reporters about the success of president-elect
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trump and his transition on schedule and under budget. earlier this week, the "washington examiner" reported that he is looking to cut federal spending. two 20%, that would rock numbe numbers. 66% say they feel optimistic about the u.s. economy. here now with reaction, the special assistant to the president-elect, boris boris. and anthony scaramucci. i know this may sound crazy but on time, under budget. washington. right? >> he's the man. he's very disciplined.
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he tells you what to do. >> sean: it was watching a couple of things, and paul ryan said, well we will repeal it within the next year we will replace it. trump said we will repeal and replace earmarks coming back, $9.7 trillion in the debt in the next ten years. donald trump is tying about a 10% reduction in spending. eliminating baseline budgeting. and an over bloated bureaucracy workforce. >> it's such an outpouring of support from across the country and is because of that. compared to other politicians with all due respect. now the trump movement is fully coming to washington, d.c. it's uniting america behind it. things are not good to be the same as they are. we will be playing by different rules. >> sean: anthony, you and i have talked about the economy
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wilalot. the success track record you have. isn't it pretty simple. you repatriate national corporate haitian money corporation money. >> i don't want to overstate it but if the deal with the hill. there's a little bit of a grind there. what i love about him is the revenue side of the equation. we have so much energy under the ground. you're going to be a net exporter of energy. of result of which you will start to see, these long-term liabilities. he's a disruptive entrepreneur at the top of the food chain in the u.s. government. >> sean: let's put these together. it repatriated trillions at 10%, low rate. 15% corporate tax rate. >> down to four rates on the individual income tax. >> sean: seven to three.
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>> the point is that you have simplification which you and i know, 76,000 pages of code, they are more on avoiding taxes than they are in making stuff. >> sean: took him two and a half years to see the impact of his policies. >> it'll be a much sorter a much shorter wait. >> america is open for business, sean. he's at the top of the food chain letting people know that. look at all the job announcements he's made. look at what he has done. carrier, gm, ford. >> sprint. then on the international arena two. too. >> on time, under budget, resurgence in manufacturing in
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america. >> sean: we have 95 million americans out of the labor force. how many can we get back to work westerberg >> i haven't done the calculation, but let's go with it about 9.6%. if we can get that down to 7.2%, it's maybe 70 million jobs. we have a home run. we can get them reelected. >> sean: congratulations. >> this guy has done an amazing job though, by the way. >> sean: both of you guys have. >> when he calls me for tickets -- >> sean: i never asked for anything for myself. >> please, no more calls. >> sean: when i mentioned on the air -- >> you know how many favors i owe this guy? >> thank you, boris. >> sean: getting him angry is not good.
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thank you both. coming up, democrats are digging in their heels. at least now 68 liberal lawmakers will not be attempting donald j. trump's inauguration tomorrow. we will check in with geraldo rivera, austan goolsbee. also later tonight, motorcycle group. bikers for trump. they rolled into d.c. they said they'll stand in front of protesters tomorrow, if they get out of hand. the founder will join us. as hannity continues. >> the next time, we are going to win the old-fashioned way. we are going to win because we did so well. because it was so overwhelming, the thing that we did.
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>> we are looking to unify our country. and we all know it, our phrase, make america great again.
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but we are going to make america great for all of our people. everybody. everybody, throughout our country. >> sean: that was president-elect donald trump at the make america great again ball and concert in front of the lincoln memorial in washington, d.c. trump is calling for unity ahead of tomorrow's inauguration. at least 68 democratic lawmakers, crybabies, will not be in attendance. joining us now, austan goolsbee, geraldo rivera. this is not happened since 1860. and 1864, austan goolsbee. even you can admit they are just a bunch of crybabies that need aromatherapy, crayons. coloring books, legos. >> legos are good. legos. >> sean: come on, hot cocoa. >> you know it's not my way,
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sean. i'm not a fan of that approach. i understand. >> sean: see, that makes you a good guy. >> may be he be the most unpopular incoming president in modern pulling history, he may have lost the popular vote by any president ever, but he won the election. if you are in congress, you should go to the inauguration. >> sean: those polls were a little sk skewed. it's ridiculous. >> he's by far the most unpopular, it's not even close. but he won. it's his day. they should go. they may not smile, they don't have to laugh but you are in congress. you should go. >> sean: four years from now when i give all of the economic recovery statistics, i'm gonna remind you what you said. >> i don't want the president incoming to fail because it means we all will fail. i've got some nervousness. >> sean: you are a big
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believer in unity. you don't like when we fight. >> sometimes we have fun. it's evenly matched and i appreciate you, i consider you my friend. i am disheartened by this move to boycott the inauguration. particularly for an elected member of congress. this is an american celebration. this is the time we put aside your partisanship and whoever you voted for, you have to root for the president to be to be great. if these grades, then america prospers. this is a time when he said we should all stand together as one. i appreciate all the former presidents, george w. bush, george h.w. bush. hillary and bill clinton. they are there to celebrate the peaceful transition, the transfer of power and i think that that is the message. that is the goal. i'm sorry that they are staying home. >> sean: you and i have had passionate debates on air.
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austan you and i have had battle royale's on tv. i still lied in the piece where i said good things about you. >> you have not heard the last of that from your viewers. they are still pistol at you. >> sean: the reality is, before you even came in tonight, i knew you would not support what they're doing with 60 of these congressmen and women. >> here's what i'm going to say. you don't have to like donald trump you don't have to support his policy. what makes america amazing, the greatest nation on earth, is what we are going to see tomorrow. a party can switch and there is no violence, nobody has taken over the reins of power. there's a peaceful transition. it's what makes american democracy amazing. like i say, you don't have to cheer for donald trump to be in favor of the peaceful transition of power. >> sean: i made a deal with geraldo on this historic, on the
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eve of this historic inauguration. this is only happen to 45 people in the history of our country. who did you vote for? you tell me. >> i won't tell you. but i will tell you this. i support president donald trump with all my heart. i want him to succeed. i am so proud of my friend, a man i have known since 1976 -- >> sean: i was putting on the spot. >> for more than four decades, we have dipped in and out of each other's lives. i've interviewed him 20 times in various phases. in 1991 i did the life and love of donald trump. 1995, an interview about o.j. simpson of all things. he was there with his then wife marla maples. to see them settle down in 2006 with melania and how he got his life really on track in a way that he could now become a great -- >> sean: what you did say before we came on the air -- >> now i'm going to blame
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geraldo two. you just wait a year. >> sean: it can get any worse than what this guy is leaving us. >> it will get worse. don't worry. >> sean: you admitted before we came on the air, is trying to transition that and get give you a break. if hillary clinton were being inaugurated tomorrow, what'd you say to me? >> i'm with my driver. the funniest thing. a gentleman from pakistan. he said to me i am so glad donald trump won because the republicans know how to party. those democrats, they are so boring. they don't have big parties. they march around. >> sean: i pulled my to hotel, i work in the service industry my whole life. the right tip, i'm used to giving people. he goes, mr. hannity. when the republicans come we make money. when the democrats come we make nothing. >> america should celebrate. this is america's party. >> sean: at last word, austan.
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>> i've seen the republicans, they do not know how to party. i was in cleveland. >> sean: hey, i took you out to dinner. and i let you buy the most expensive bottle of wine. you bought me a hamburger. >> do you want a mixed pick two. >> sean: when we come back, bikers for trump rolled into d.c. today. his inauguration. the motorcycle group is promised they will step in if protesters get out of hand tomorrow. more, as hannity continues on the eve of the inauguration of donald j. trump. ♪ i'm talking about america ♪ with brotherhood
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>> the last month of the campaign, when i traveled around
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to every place that you can imagine, state after state after state, speech after speech. and we had 10,00 10,000. 20,000. 30,000 people >> sean: bikers for trump rolled into d.c. today ahead of his inauguration. not only to show their support but the president-elect but also to protect. tomorrow proceedings from these snowflake protesters. joining us now with details, what's planned for tomorrow, bikers for trump founder, chris cox. do i get to keep this one? i really like this. come on, i don't bite. you know. how long have you known, why are you guys here? you are worried about the snowflakes? we are actually showing.
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>> it'll end right on pennsylvania avenue, we are actually doing the parade. we have the only pro trump. >> sean: out of 89? 88 snowflakes -- how many guys you have in your group? >> we are growing by about 25,000 a week. we've got a lot of guys on the way here. california, new york, pennsylvania. they are coming in. >> sean: do you all ride harleys? you actually got to know donald trump. >> yet we ride harleys. as a matter-of-fact conversation like i had with my college buddies. he said to me, chris, did you see the news today where ford is keeping the jobs here in america? he goes, you know, i'm really natural at this. i really believe we are going to
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make america great again. >> sean: i feel like i am an episode of sons of anarchy. you guys said you are a lot better? >> we are a hell of a lot better. >> sean: i've been having this discussion with my wife. i want a harley. she picked me up a vespa and i said i'm not driving up thing. let me show the back of the vest. how many are in this? >> 1,000,368. >> sean: god bless you guys. thank you for supporting the next president. a lot of people here don't like him. >> nice to meet you. >> sean: thank you all. coming up, very important question of the day. that straight ahead as we continue from our nations capital. >> it is a momentous day before a historic day. i'm pleased to have a chance to report to the american people and all of you, the progress that we have made at the
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coming to you from the freedom ball. yes, they are making me wear a tux. 10:00 until midnight eastern time. history will be made at noon tomorrow. thank you for all you do. god bless you, god bless america. we will see you from the freedom ball. >> bill: "the o'reilly factor" is on tonight. >> so there will be no misunderstanding, it is not my intention to do away with government. it is, rather, to make it work. >> we will pay any price, meet any hardship, support any friend, uphold any foe, andd assure the survival and success of liberty. >> bill: what should donald trump say in his inaugural address tomorrow? "talking points" has a provocative point of view on that, and you will hear it. >> never give up! never give in! stand up!! speak up! >> bill: certainly, congressman lewis has done that, trying to undermine the um


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