Sean Hannity and Donald Trump discuss the way things might be shaping up in the election and what happens if he does, in fact get the Republican nomination for president, how would he fare against Clinton or Sanders. Hannity asks him why he thinks he’s more electable than every other Republican candidate.
Trump replies, “Well, I think I’m not only more electable, I think I’ll win the election and you saw the poll come out last week, the Fox poll saying I’d beat Hillary Clinton, and I think I will beat any one of them. I think she’s probably more difficult than wacky Bernie and I think I will beat them.”
Trump says he’ll win states that normally don’t go Republican
He says he’ll bring in states that usually aren’t part of the Republican electorate, like Pennsylvania, Ohio, Florida, West Virginia, Virginia and even New York.
They discuss the “Special Access Program” emails of Hillary Clinton which now appear to have been housed on her private unsecured server, in a complete breach of security and in direct contradiction to her multiple lies regarding just what was stored where. Hannity points out that every single one of those emails represents a felony. Hannity notes that the Inspector General is an Obama appointment that was confirmed by the Democrats. Hannity says, “I’m beginning to wonder if she gets there,” as it is now obvious that she is being protected by the White House and those days may be numbered.
Trump says, “Well, it’s very serious stuff and it seems like she’s being protected by the ‘president’ and the Democrats.” He then draws comparisons between the destruction of General David Petraeus and the unlimited rein being afforded to Clinton. On the emails he says, “It’s very serious stuff, I mean, her situation is a very serious situation.”
He notes, “In one way I’m upset, because I really want to run against her. I would love to run against her,” noting the Fox poll showing he would win in a head to head against her.
As for the US under Trump when it comes to fighting wars, he says we will only go to war with a goal of winning. There will be no more of the Vietnam mentality that puts us in the middle of conflicts which are expensive in terms of both lives and money and which are operated in seeming perpetuity. He says his first inclination is to avoid conflict but if we go in, we’re going in to win it.