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Fox News' Sean Hannity interviewed presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump for the full hour of his show on Wednesday night. It was not exactly a hard-hitting interview; Hannity has been strongly pro-Trump for quite some time now. Using Genius, I annotated it. You can too! Sign up for Genius and annotate alongside me! To see an annotation, click or tap the highlighted part of the transcript.
HANNITY: And welcome to the special edition of HANNITY tonight.
We're coming to you from Trump Tower.
Tonight, we'll be talking about Supreme Court justices, judicial philosophy, energy independence. We'll talk about building a wall and how do you defeat Hillary Clinton, among other things, as Donald Trump joins us for the entire hour.
Remember when conservatives used to talk about “Peak Trump”? He won Massachusetts but he wasn’t going any further. He won New York, but he had peaked. And then he won Indiana and his opponents dropped out. So I suppose we’re finally at Peak Trump.
The #NeverTrump crowd is still in shock. Sharp objects should be taken from them, Valium prescribed. But they should have seen it coming. Or would have done so had they paid more attention.
What they missed was that politics is about people. They had thought it was a kind of geometry. Start with the right axioms and a bright 12 year-old can work out the theorems. That was Mitt Romney’s 59-point plan. It had absolutely every conservative principle in it. I mean, I didn’t hear anyone saying he had left something out, that there should have been sixty points.
Biography of Donald Trump
Donald John Trump (born June 14, 1946 in Jamaica, New York (birth time source: Astrodatabank)) is a two-time Emmy Award-nominated American business executive, entrepreneur, television personality and author. He is the CEO of Trump Organization, an American-based real estate developer in the real estate market and the founder of Trump Entertainment, which operates gambling casinos. He enjoyed a great deal of publicity following the success of his reality television show, The Apprentice (in which he serves as both executive producer and host for the show). He is the son of Fred Trump who was a wealthy real estate developer based in New York City.
Trump has three siblings – a brother and two sisters. His older sister, Maryanne Trump Barry, is a federal appeals court judge. Recently released British genealogy records show Trump's mother arrived from Scotland aboard the Transylvania in 1935.
1. Don't do it for the money
2. Never give up
3. Be into the details
4. Be totally focused
5. Get great employees
6. Work hard
7. Follow your instincts
8. Believe in yourself
9. Have a messy desk
10. Love what you do
Donald Trump beats our richest president by a few billion.
Real estate magnate and reality television star Donald Trump, who currently leads the Republican primary polls, is constantly telling everyone that he’s very rich.
And he is. Trump’s fortune is estimated to be worth $2.9 billion (according to Bloomberg), or $4 billion (according to Forbes), or $8.7 billion (according to a document Trump circulated at his July campaign announcement), or
When Donald Trump announced that he was running for the White House, there was only one venue for his speech: Trump Tower on Fifth Avenue. The skyscraper has been central to Mr Trump’s business life. Built between 1979 and 1984, it was a triumph for a young property mogul whose father rented out mere apartments in Brooklyn. Nearby is the Plaza Hotel, which a middle-aged Mr Trump sold in 1995 after his casino operation folded. Today half his wealth is still tied up in buildings within a four-mile radius of this spot. The Tower’s bar exemplifies Mr Trump’s late-life pivot to the business of celebrity, with cocktails named after his TV show The Apprentice, which was filmed there. A gift shop stocks Trump aftershave that “captures the spirit of the driven man”.
Anne Graham Lotz – Daughter of Billy Graham and Author of ' The Daniel Prayer' joins Steve to discuss her new book: ‘The Daniel Prayer: Prayer That Moves Heaven and Changes Nations’
Anne Graham: “I would not vote for Hillary there’s just too many red flags…"