Politics

Sean Hannity Radio Recap: Mar 5

posted by Hannity Staff - 3.05.19

**FINALLY THE END OF AN ERA – HILLARY CLINTON WILL NOT BE RUNNING IN 2020

**CALLS FOR ANTI-SEMITISM TO BE ERADICATED FROM CONGRESS – ILHAN OMAR?

**OMAR’S OWN PARTY RALLYING AGAINST THE RACIST REMARKS BEING MADE

**THE SENATE MOVES TO BLOCK THE NATIONAL EMERGENCY, POTUS MOVES FORWARD

**SHIFTY SCHIFF CONTINUES TO PURSUE TRUMP ON THE TAXPAYER DOLLAR

4:05 PM ET – Gregg Jarrett, Fox News Legal Analyst and Author of the Russia Hoax now out in paperback and John Solomon of the Hill, are here to discuss the Cohen debacle of last week and the role of the SDNY. While the left feigns indignant over the words of a convicted liar, they turn a blind eye to the the wrongdoing of the Comey crew, the latest on Peter Strzok.
Less than half of those surveyed in a new poll found Michael Cohen’s public testimony to Congress credible.

While more respondents said they found Cohen’s testimony to be credible than those who said it was not, the overall results suggest the high-profile appearance by President Trump’s former personal attorney is unlikely to be a political game-changer.

Thirty-seven percent of registered voters contacted Feb. 28 and March 1 for The Hill-HarrisX poll said they found Cohen’s testimony credible, compared to 25 percent who said they did not find him credible.

Thirty-nine percent said they had not yet formed an opinion of Cohen’s testimony.

Democrats were much more likely to believe Cohen, with 58 saying they found his testimony credible and just 11 percent saying they did not find him credible.

Republicans were much less likely to find Cohen credible, though less than half — 48 percent — said they found his testimony was not believable.

Just 15 percent of Republicans said they thought Cohen was credible, while 37 percent said they were undecided.

4:30 PM ET – John McLaughlin, Pollster and founder of McLaughlin and Associates & Doug Schoen, Pollster, Author, Political Analyst for Fox News and a Columnist for Newsmax, review the candidates running for office. The Democrats have no shortage of empty promises and baseless accusations against the current President. They are trying to out socialize the next. Trump’s latest poll numbers from Gallup, show just how difficult he will be to beat come 2020:
In 2017, Trump had approval of 50% or higher in 12 states — five fewer than in 2018 — and approval below 40% in 17 states — one more than in 2018. Those shifts reflect the modest improvement this past year in his approval ratings nationally, from 38% in 2017 to 40% in 2018.

The five states that moved to 50% or higher job approval last year were Missouri, Kansas, South Carolina, Mississippi and Utah.

Results are based on combined data from the 2018 Gallup tracking poll, encompassing interviews with more than 73,000 U.S. adults, including 500 or more in 38 states and 1,000 or more in 27 states. Each state sample has been weighted to match the demographic characteristics of that state’s population to ensure it is representative of the state’s residents.

Job approval was below 40% in 16 states, 50% or higher in 17 states

Highest approval rating in West Virginia (62%), Wyoming (61%)

Lowest job approval in Hawaii (26%), Vermont (28%)