Politics

Sean Hannity Radio Recap: Aug 26

posted by Hannity Staff - 8.26.19

**JOE BIDEN TELLS ONLOOKERS HOW BEAUTIFUL THEIR STATE OF VERMONT IS… IN NH

**SPEAKS TO A CROWD AND ASSURES THEM NOT TO BE WORRIED, ‘HE’S NOT NUTS’

**CHINA’S PROTESTORS HOLD FIRM KNOCKING DOWN FACIAL RECOGNITION TOWERS

**NYPD STRUGGLES AGAIN WHILE TRYING TO ARREST A MAN – PEOPLE JEER & TAUNT

**PRESIDENT TRUMP MEETS WITH WORLD LEADERS AT THE G7 IN FRANCE

4:05 PM ET – Judge Jeanine Pirro, Fox News Host of Justice with Judge Jeanine and Author of her latest book, Radicals, Resistance, and Revenge: The Left’s Plot to Remake America, is here to tell us her inspiration and what she sees as America’s most imminent threat. As we head into another election year, with President Donald Trump, the race for socialism is on, and the ones cheering for it have never opened a history book.
Picking up where her #1 New York Times bestseller, Liars, Leakers and Liberals, left off, Judge Jeanine Pirro of Fox’s Justice with Judge Jeanine exposes the latest chapter in the unfolding liberal attack on our most basic values.

4:30 PM ET – Rick Baker, former Mayor of St. Petersburg and Adjunct Fellow to the Manhattan Institute, turned a tent city into a thriving city by getting people back to work, getting the schools and community on board. His book Seamless City addresses just how critical work and independence means to the urban community. Mayor Baker was able to win 90% of the black community’s vote as a staunch conservative, because his solutions worked. He was named the number 1 mayor of the nation by Governing.com, and today he joins to talk about solutions, not the problems for cities like Baltimore, Philly, Detroit, San Francisco, and San Diego; just to name a few.

]A city is a complex organism with interdependent parts. Developing strategies for reaching a city’s goals requires a deep understand of the city’s history, a grasp of its present diverse interests, and buy-in from the community. While every city is different and policies will vary, there are also many common themes. While I was mayor of St. Petersburg, we developed a strategic plan for the city that started with a mission statement: “To build the best city in America by working every day to improve the quality of life for our residents.”

The five core areas that we pursued are priorities that, I believe, should be the objectives of any successful city:
(i) improving public safety;
(ii) promoting economic development;
(iii) supporting public schools;
(iv) building strong neighborhoods;
and (v) improving government operations.

5:05 PM ET – Joe Concha, Media and Opinion Columnist for the Hill and Host of WOR Tonight, reviews the weekend of Sunday shows with us. This weekend gave us commentary from Dr. Allen Frances on CNN comparing Trump to Stalin, Hitler and Mao, and Joe Biden talking about beautiful while in New Hampshire – oops! Just to make sure everyone was comfortable with his run he told a crowd that he was not going nuts:
Speaking in New Hampshire Friday night, former VP Joe Biden assured a crowd he wasn’t “going nuts” even though he couldn’t recall where exactly he spoke to a group of students earlier at Dartmouth.

“I just spoke at Dartmouth on health care, at the medical school — or not — I guess it wasn’t actually on the campus because people from the medical school were at the —” Biden said. “I want to be clear, I’m not going nuts. I’m not sure whether it’s a medical school or where the hell I spoke, but it was on the campus.”

The presidential candidate had held a health care town hall at Dartmouth College that afternoon. He was then speaking to an invite-only community event in Croyden, NH that night.

“We are so close, so close to be able to do some incredible things in this country, incredible things,” Biden told the crowd.