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Hannity Radio Show Recap: Jun 8

posted by Hannity Staff - 6.08.18


**BELOVED FOX NEWS CONTRIBUTOR, CHARLES KRAUTHAMMER ANNOUNCES SAD CANCER DIAGNOSIS

**MUELLER HITS MANAFORT WITH ANOTHER INDICTMENT

**FORMER SENATE AIDE ARRESTED AFTER INVESTIGATION INTO TRUMP ADMINISTRATION LEAKS

**POTUS WELCOMES NFL KNEELERS TO DISCUSS WHO THEY THINK HE SHOULD PARDON

**HOUSE IT AIDE IMRAN AWAN ALLEGEDLY NEARING A PLEA DEAL

4:00 PM ET – Governor Mike Huckabee – Former Arkansas Governor, presidential candidate, and now host of the show Huckabee on the Trinity Broadcasting Network approves of President Trump’s efforts to address criminal justice reform. The Governor recently took to Twitter to write: I don’t “Keep up with” @KimKardashian but glad she pushes for criminal justice reform w/ @realDonaldTrump — My long-time prison director said it best: “We lock up a lot of people we’re mad at rather than the ones we’re afraid of.” It’s time to make changes.

4:30 PM ET – Luke Rosiak Investigative reporter for the Daily Caller has lots of updates on the Imran Awan scandal. Apparently, Awan may be getting close to a plea deal with federal prosecutors for a July 3 hearing.

On June 5, Luke reported:
And when a House Office of Inspector General cybersecurity investigation found that Awan made “unauthorized access” to House servers, including the House Democratic Caucus’ shortly before the election, Wasserman Schultz became “frantic, not normal,” “making the rounds” to House officials in an attempt to kill the investigation, one House employee told The Daily Caller News Foundation.
Wasserman Schultz cornered House Chief Administrative Officer Phil Kiko and called him a “fu**ing Islamophobe,” saying “you will not so much as take away their parking spots,” the two House employees said Kiko told them.

Today, Luke reported:
Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz’ indicted former IT aide, Imran Awan, was married to two Virginia women simultaneously, and 15 days after one of them told police that Imran kept her “like a slave,” gunmen shot into her family home, according to police reports filed in Pakistan.
The shooting at Sumaira Siddique allegedly occurred in Pakistan in August 2016 — days after the House Inspector General informed the Committee on House Administration that Imran allegedly committed cybersecurity violations. In a report filed with the local police, Siddique’s father, who owns the home, said he believed Siddique had been targeted.

5:00 PM ET – Dan Bongino, former Secret Service Agent, NRATV contributor & host of the Dan Bongino Show, and Leslie Marhsall debate everything from the mainstream media’s attacks on President Trump and his family, the upcoming North Korea Summit in Singapore and the latest on the Deep State.