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Today on Fox News, Aug. 13, 2019

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On Fox News: 

Fox & Friends, 6 a.m. ET: Judge Andrew Napolitano, Fox News senior judicial analyst; Michael Goodwin, New York Post columnist.

Your World with Neil Cavuto, 4 p.m. ET: U.S. Rep. Doug Collins, R-Ga., ranking member of the House Judiciary Committee.

On Fox Business:

Mornings with Maria, 6 a.m. ET: Kim A Lopdrup, CEO at Red Lobster; Tom Bevan, co-founder and president of RealClearPolitics.

Varney & Co., 9 a.m. ET: Brent Willis, former Coca-Cola executive and current CEO of New Age Beverages

On Fox News Radio:

The Fox News Rundown podcast: “The Jeffrey Epstein Story Is Far From Over” – As Americans continue to raise questions regarding the apparent suicide of accused child sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein, Attorney General William Barr vowed Monday to get to the bottom of what happened. Bernard Kerik, former New York City police commissioner, explains why Barr and others are so shocked one of the country’s highest-profile federal prisoners could end his own life. Then, attorney Spencer Kuvin, who represented four Epstein accusers, discusses the criminal and civil cases that will continue despite the disgraced financier’s death.

In an effort to curb America’s opioid epidemic, some states are allowing families to force loved ones into treatment through court orders. In Hampden County, Mass. some of those patients may even find themselves in a section of the county jail. Hampden County Sheriff Nick Cocchi explains why he thinks his tough tactics are working, while Bonnie Tenneriello of Prisoners’ Legal Services tells the Rundown why this approach goes too far.

Plus, commentary by Marc Thiessen, Fox News contributor and a fellow at the American Enterprise Institute.

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Concha: Media will never apologize for anti-Trump rhetoric because there’s ‘no accountability’

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Mainstream media pundits who engage in anti-Trump rhetoric will never apologize when they are criticized because there is no system of reprimand, according to media reporter Joe Concha.

Some of the more recent incendiary commentaries included one MSNBC host’s claim that President Trump may want to see more incidents like the mass shooting in El Paso, he  claimnday on “Hannity.”

“Why would they apologize if there’s never any accountability?” The Hill wrighter asked.

“Why would Mika Brzezinski ever apologize for saying the president is actually rooting for mass shootings to happen in this country? Why would Joe Scarborough ever apologize for throwing out a conspiracy theory that the Russians somehow had a hand in the killing of Jeffrey Epstein?”

MSNBC HOST JOE SCARBOROUGH BALKS AT JEFFREY EPSTEIN DEATH: ‘HOW PREDICTABLY… RUSSIAN’

Epstein, a Manhattan financier and convicted sex offender, was found dead in his New York City prison cell over the weekend.

Last week, Brzezinski, an MSNBC host, claimed in the wake of the El Paso shooting that Trump is “inciting racism.”

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“Isn’t it OK to deduce that at this point this is what he wants? He is inciting hatred, inciting violence,” she said.

After Epstein’s death, Scarborough suggested there was some kind of conspiracy behind Epstein’s apparent suicide.

“A guy who had information that would have destroyed rich and powerful men’s lives ends up dead in his jail cell,” Scarborough said on Saturday of the well-connected financier. “How predictably… Russian,” he added.

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Scarborough appeared to be alluding to the many mysterious deaths with suspected connections to the Russian government.

“Powerful Democratic and Republican figures breathing a huge sigh of relief—as well as a Harvard professor or two,” he tweeted.

On “Hannity,” Concha added it is unlikely any such rhetoric will see, “accountability.”

“If there’s never any accountability, of course nothing’s going to happen,” he said.

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Cuccinelli: New Trump green card rule simply gives ‘meaningful effect’ to 140-year-old directive

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The White House’s new green card rule strengthens a question asked of immigrants for more than a century, according to the acting director of U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), Ken Cuccinelli.

The rule announced earlier Monday strengthened a long-held standard for potential immigrants and green card holders, Cuccinelli said on “Tucker Carlson Tonight.”

“For the last couple of decades, because of the guidance issued after the 1996 version of this law, it’s been ineffective,” he said.

Regarding the policy, host Mark Steyn noted he appeared to be held to the rule’s standard many years ago when he applied for U.S. citizenship from his native Canada.

“The official was deeply concerned,” Steyn said, adding he was self-employed at the time.

“He wanted to ensure I wouldn’t become a charge on the public purse. So, that question was around a while ago. Is it just not being asked anymore?”

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In response, Cuccinelli said Steyn’s experience was not an aberration.

“It’s actually been around for almost 140 years, so it wasn’t new to you,” the former Virginia attorney general said, appearing to reference similar language from the Immigration Act of 1882.

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“We try to avoid having immigrants come through our process… who are likely in the future to become welfare-dependent.”

On Monday, the Trump administration issued a long-awaited rule strengthening the ability of federal officials to deny green cards to immigrants deemed likely to rely on government aid.

The rule was likely to cause significant backlash from Democrats and immigration rights groups, who have warned that it may spook migrants away from claiming the benefits they need, fearing it would lead to them being deemed inadmissible when requesting a green card.

There already have been signs that the rule could significantly reshape who receives permanent residency. Politico reported last week that the State Department has been cracking down on potential public charges — with rejections on such grounds surging to 12,179 in the 2019 fiscal year from 1,033 in fiscal-year 2016.

Fox News’ Adam Shaw contributed to this report.

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Tarlov: Biden doing best job of all 2020 Democrats at courting Trump voters

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Former Vice President Joe Biden is doing the best job of all the 2020 Democratic contenders in terms of courting Trump voters, according to former Democratic strategist Jessica Tarlov.

President Trump is also in danger of alienating white suburban women as a voting bloc — which he needs on his side to repeat 2016’s victory, Tarlov claimed Monday on “The Daily Briefing.”

“The person who is doing that the best is Joe Biden, who is the front-runner right now,” she said of the candidate’s ability to endear himself to Trump supporters.

“He has made it specific policy to court Trump voters who might have been former Democrats or just moderates who made that decision.”

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Tarlov said the former Delaware senator’s statements on the campaign trail have been to potentially welcome those voters back to the Democratic side.

“They just made a bad decision in 2016, let’s welcome them back into the tent for 2020,” she said, characterizing her view of Biden’s tactic.

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Regarding Trump as a candidate, Tarlov claimed it is acceptable to criticize the president when he engages in allegedly incendiary behavior.

“I think ‘send her back’ is a racist trope that no one should engage in,” she said, referring to a chant started by rallygoers at a Greenville, N.C., campaign event in July and apparently referring to a Democratic congresswoman.

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She also pointed to a voting bloc the president needs in order to ensure victory.

“There are key demographics that President Trump needs to win this — namely white suburban women,” she said.

“In 2018 those women came out for Democrats. Looking at the polling right now, they’re going to do that again.”

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Trump blasts ‘wacko comedian’ Bill Maher on Twitter, alleges he lied about El Paso visit

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President Trump had strong words for comedian Bill Maher, who Trump accused Saturday of making “sooo many” false statements.

“Got to see, by accident, wacko comedian Bill Maher’s show – So many lies,” Trump tweeted.

Trump specifically objected to Maher’s claim that survivors of last week’s mass shooting in El Paso, Texas refused to meet with the president when he visited the city on Wednesday.

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According to the El Paso Times, at least five patients refused to meet with Trump on Wednesday. Three others were unable due to their poor condition or a language barrier.

The Times reported that Trump met with family members of three survivors “for nearly two hours after most objected to seeing him.” The following day, Maher joked in a tweet that patients who were asked if they wanted to meet the president said “el paso.”

Maher has previously predicted that Trump will win re-election in 2020 barring an economic recession, a prospect the comedian openly rooted for on his HBO show “Real Time” last week.

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When a guest reminded Maher of the job losses that would result from a recession, Maher answered: “I know, but it’s worth it.”

Trump responded to that prediction Saturday, and added that Maher would pay a much higher tax rate if he lost his bid for reelection.

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“He is right about one thing, though,” Trump tweeted. “I will win again in 2020. Otherwise, he pays 95% in taxes!”

Trump also addressed Maher’s claim that he was taking a vacation and not being very productive as president. “Said I was on vacation. Wrong! Long planned fix up of W.H., stay here rather than … cause big disruption by going to Manhattan. Working almost all of the time, including evenings. Don’t have to be in W.H. to do that.”

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Jim Daly: ‘The Hunt’ cancelation is welcome news – murdering political opponents isn’t entertaining or funny

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Responding to overwhelming criticism, Universal Pictures announced Saturday it has canceled the planned September release of the film “The Hunt” about liberals hunting conservative “Deplorables” who fit the description of supporters of President Trump.

In a statement, a Universal Pictures spokesperson said “the studio has decided to cancel our plans to release the film … we understand that now is not the right time to release this film.”

The cancelation is a victory for common sense and decency. The film – called “a satirical social thriller” by the studio – sounded thoroughly disgusting.

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There is nothing funny about murdering innocent people. It shouldn’t have taken the tragic mass murders in Ohio and Texas last weekend to make that obvious fact even more obvious.

“The Hunt” was supposed to satirize the ongoing culture war between liberal elites and Deplorables – the insulting term Hillary Clinton coined for some supporters of then-presidential candidate Donald Trump.

A lot of the buzz surrounding the movie stems from a violent and bloody two-and-a-half-minute trailer that was released several days ago.

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Understandably, initial reaction to the trailer centered on the horrific callousness and immorality of hunting and killing people for their ideologically conservative beliefs. It’s quite jarring to see.

The trailer seemed to be tapping into the same sort of anger and sense of disenfranchisement that many believe led to Trump’s populist rise.

There is nothing funny about murdering innocent people. It shouldn’t have taken the tragic mass murders in Ohio and Texas last weekend to make that obvious fact even more obvious.

Imagine the protests if the film had taken a different tack and portrayed Trump supporters hunting down supporters of one of the Democratic presidential candidates. The protests would have been justified.

Since “The Hunt” was supposed to be a satirical piece, allow me to offer a response in a similar vein, although I believe mine is actually rooted in truth.

From my perspective, liberals have been – metaphorically speaking – “hunting” religious conservatives for years. They have been attempting to deconstruct our traditional values, as well as seeking to tear down all the institutions that so many of us hold dear. These include the strength and vibrancy of our faith communities, the integrity of the family, the sanctity of life and fidelity to the United States Constitution.

For nearly a century, liberals have attempted to strike down these foundational principles. Just five days before he was first elected president, Barack Obama announced that he was committed to “fundamentally transforming the United States of America.”

Almost 11 years later, Obama’s bold and sweeping vision has been actualized. Traditions thousands of years old have been turned upside down, including the definition of marriage and the recognition of two distinct genders, to name just two sweeping cultural changes of the last decade.

I realize we live in a pluralistic society and we must always treat one another with dignity and respect. But we live in a world where the cultural elites think you’re a bigot if you disagree with them on same-sex marriage, if you believe that gender is a matter of biology and not preference, and if you oppose explicit lessons about human sexuality for very young students.

If you believe children should have the right to read the Bible and pray during their free time in school you’re considered a narrow-minded religious fanatic who hates anyone who disagrees with you.

I have lots of liberal friends, and I don’t actually believe those on the left want to kill those of us on the right, or vice versa. But I do believe many on the so-called “tolerant” left want to see many of our most deeply cherished values – often rooted in our belief in God and the Bible – hunted down and gutted, their bones buried and forgotten.

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In the end, those of us with a religious, conservative worldview welcome a civil, respectful and spirited debate with those on the other side, believing that our principles and values will lead to a flourishing and more prosperous world.

The cancelation of the release of “The Hunt” is a step in the right direction. We must all live and work with those we disagree with and try to understand their point of view. Letting our disagreements escalate into violent attacks on one another is neither acceptable nor entertaining.

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Todd Starnes: Cancelation of ‘The Hunt’ is a victory for gun-toting, Bible-clinging patriots

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I have no doubt that the Hollywood elites hate President Trump and loathe his conservative supporters, who Hillary Clinton dismissively called “the Deplorables.” But the moguls who run the entertainment industry aren’t stupid. They hate empty seats at movie theaters even more.

And that’s why Universal Pictures announced Saturday that it has canceled plans to release “The Hunt,” a grotesque film that depicted elitists hunting and slaughtering supporters of President Trump.

“While Universal Pictures had already paused the marketing campaign for The Hunt, after thoughtful consideration, the studio has decided to cancel our plans to release the film,” a company spokesperson told Fox News in a prepared statement.

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The decision came in no small part thanks to the gun-toting, Bible-clinging audience of my nationally syndicated radio program as well as my Fox Nation show, “Starnes Country.”

The Hollywood Reporter obtained an exclusive copy of the screenplay of “The Hunt” and noted that “red state” characters wore trucker hats, cowboy shirts and owned guns. The script also explains that one of the characters was stalked and hunted like prey for being pro-life.

“Did anyone see what our rat—-er-in-chief just did?” one character asks in the script obtained by The Hollywood Reporter. Another responds: “At least The Hunt’s coming up. Nothing better than going out to the Manor and slaughtering a dozen deplorables.”

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It’s almost as if the screenplay was ripped from the pages of the Democratic Party’s playbook. I would not be terribly surprised if a good many Democratic lawmakers were advisers to “The Hunt.”

President Barack Obama reminded his loyal fan base years ago that politics was something of a blood sport. If they bring a knife to the fight, we bring a gun. That’s what he said.

We can remember Hillary Clinton called us “a basketful of Deplorables.” And former Vice President Joe Biden called Trump supporters “virulent people” and “dregs of society” last year.

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And remember how Rep. Maxine Waters, D-Calif., told her supporters to “absolutely harass” Trump administration officials? Or most recently when a “peaceful” protester wished someone would stab Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., in the heart?

“It’s disgusting,” Lara Trump, the president’s daughter-in-law and senior adviser to his reelection campaign, said on <a href=”https://radio.foxnews.com/fox-news-talk/todd-starnes/”>my radio show</a>. “I guess it speaks to how much the left hates Donald Trump.”

I have no doubt that Antifa, democratic socialists, Planned Parenthood and Rep. Waters would be thoroughly entertained by “The Hunt’s” over-the-top carnage. Knee-slapping fun.

However, millions of gun-toting, Bible-clinging Deplorables were clearly not amused at the idea of a movie that satirizes the bloody end of conservatism.

“It’s disgusting,” Lara Trump, the president’s daughter-in-law and senior adviser to his reelection campaign, said on my radio show. “I guess it speaks to how much the left hates Donald Trump.”

She also pointed out Hollywood’s hypocrisy and double-standard.

“If it were Trump supporters that were hunting down folks that were Democrat voters or Nancy Pelosi’s base … could you imagine the outrage and the uproar over something like this?” she asked.

Dozens of Deplorables called my nationally syndicated radio program to declare they would not be bullied or intimidated by the leftist mob.

“We’re not afraid of people that are going to threaten our way and life and our children and our families and our homes,” Mark from New Jersey said in a phone call. “The time has come for people to understand that they’ve probably underestimate the loyalty that we have for the president and things he has done that are so positive and that have affected us in a positive way. It’s time to put a foot down.”

I suspect Universal’s bean counters alerted the studio bigwigs that those Deplorables spend a lot of money on super-sized sodas and Milk Duds at the box office. And the last thing they needed was an all-out boycott.

And that’s why Universal Pictures pulled “The Hunt.” It wasn’t out of a sense of human decency. It was about the bottom line.

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The Deplorables demonstrated that we can facilitate change without having to march in the streets or burn down city blocks.

We led the charge on my radio program and on “Starnes Country,” proving that when gun-toting, Bible-clinging patriots stand together we can accomplish great things.

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John Delaney repeatedly questioned over refusal to label Trump a ‘white supremacist’ at Iowa State Fair

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Democratic hopeful Rep. John Delaney, D-Md., faced shouted questions over why he wouldn’t plainly call President Trump a “white supremacist” as some of his fellow 2020 contenders have.

The questions came as Delaney was surrounded by cameras and apparent members of the press after his speech at the Iowa State Fair on Friday. “Why do you stop short of calling him a white supremacist,” Delaney was asked.

The apparent reporter went on to ask what the difference was for Delaney between saying Trump supported white supremacists and using that label to describe him.

“I think it’s a distinction without a difference,” Delaney said, “because enabling white supremacists, as I said earlier, what other conclusion can you come to than he supports it for some reason.”

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Someone in the crowd ordered Delaney to “say the reason.” “I don’t know what the reason is,” Delaney added before someone shouted that Trump was a white supremacist.

“Well, that’s what I’m basically saying,” Delaney responded. Someone shouted back, “so say it!” When Delaney was told to “stop with the semantics,” before facing more scattered shouts from people questioning why he would not call Trump a white supremacist.

After Delaney continued asking what else someone could conclude from Trump’s actions, the grilling ramped up even further.

Delaney’s comments came as several 2020 contenders blasted Trump as a racist and white supremacist, blaming him in part for the political climate that allegedly motivated the shooter in El Paso, Texas. 

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That included former Rep. Beto O’Rourke, D-Texas, who plainly told MSNBC that Trump was a “white supremacist.”

“He is,” O’Rourke responded when asked about that label. “He’s also made that very clear. He’s dehumanized or has sought to dehumanize those who don’t look like or pray like the majority here in this country.” Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., said the same “without hesitation,” according to The New York Times.

Trump, on Monday, explicitly condemned white supremacy and called on the nation as a whole to reject it as well. “Now is the time to set destructive partisanship aside — so destructive — and find the courage to answer hatred with unity, devotion, and love.  Our future is in our control,” he said during a speech on Monday.

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John Delaney repeatedly questioned over refusal to label Trump a ‘white supremacist’ at Iowa State Fair

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Democratic hopeful Rep. John Delaney, D-Md., faced shouted questions over why he wouldn’t plainly call President Trump a “white supremacist” as some of his fellow 2020 contenders have.

The questions came as Delaney was surrounded by cameras and apparent members of the press after his speech at the Iowa State Fair on Friday. “Why do you stop short of calling him a white supremacist,” Delaney was asked.

The apparent reporter went on to ask what the difference was for Delaney between saying Trump supported white supremacists and using that label to describe him.

“I think it’s a distinction without a difference,” Delaney said, “because enabling white supremacists, as I said earlier, what other conclusion can you come to than he supports it for some reason.”

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Someone in the crowd ordered Delaney to “say the reason.” “I don’t know what the reason is,” Delaney added before someone shouted that Trump was a white supremacist.

“Well, that’s what I’m basically saying,” Delaney responded. Someone shouted back, “so say it!” When Delaney was told to “stop with the semantics,” before facing more scattered shouts from people questioning why he would not call Trump a white supremacist.

After Delaney continued asking what else someone could conclude from Trump’s actions, the grilling ramped up even further.

Delaney’s comments came as several 2020 contenders blasted Trump as a racist and white supremacist, blaming him in part for the political climate that allegedly motivated the shooter in El Paso, Texas. 

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That included former Rep. Beto O’Rourke, D-Texas, who plainly told MSNBC that Trump was a “white supremacist.”

“He is,” O’Rourke responded when asked about that label. “He’s also made that very clear. He’s dehumanized or has sought to dehumanize those who don’t look like or pray like the majority here in this country.” Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., said the same “without hesitation,” according to The New York Times.

Trump, on Monday, explicitly condemned white supremacy and called on the nation as a whole to reject it as well. “Now is the time to set destructive partisanship aside — so destructive — and find the courage to answer hatred with unity, devotion, and love.  Our future is in our control,” he said during a speech on Monday.

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Graham: New Bruce Ohr docs show FISA warrant against ex-Trump campaign aide a ‘fraud’

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New documents highlighting top Justice Department official Bruce Ohr’s contact with ex-British spy Christopher Steele are the latest troubling development for the DOJ in 2016.

That’s the claim from Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, who said Thursday on “Hannity” that he believes there was deep corruption in the department during that year’s U.S. presidential election.

“Here’s what we’re looking at: Systematic corruption at the highest level of the Department of Justice and the FBI against President Trump and in favor of Hillary Clinton,” Graham said.

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Host Sean Hannity then asked Graham whether officials “lied purposefully” on a Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) warrant application to surveil former Trump campaign aide Carter Page.

“The best you could say is that they were incompetent,” Graham responded. “The most likely outcome is that they wanted a result.”

“I think the insurance policy is what we’re seeing here, getting into the Trump campaign,” Graham continued. “The FISA warrant against Carter Page was a fraud, I believe. The counter-intelligence investigation is something we have to look at very closely.”

On Thursday evening, newly released records obtained by Fox News showed the FBI formally documented the bias of Steele shortly after the November 2016 presidential election, yet continued to use his unverified dossier in multiple FISA court warrant application renewals.

The documents, first obtained by Judicial Watch, also reveal that top Justice Department official Bruce Ohr maintained contact with Steele for at least six months after Steele was fired by the FBI for unauthorized media contacts in November 2016.

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The summaries of FBI interviews with Ohr, known as 302s, show that Ohr knew by September 2016 — a month before the initial application to surveil the Trump campaign — that Steele was “desperate” that Donald Trump not be elected president.

A source close to the matter told Fox News “this had the effect of putting a senior DOJ official on notice that a witness/source had an extreme bias” — yet the FISA warrant application went through in October 2016 with multiple renewals.

In his interview with Hannity, Graham claimed if a Republican operative acted in a way similar to Steele, the news would receive wall-to-wall media coverage.

“You could not turn on your television,” he said.

Fox News’ Gregg Re and Catherine Herridge contributed to this report.

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