Originally published at: https://www.hannity.com/media-room/show/hannity-radio-show-jul-13/
LIVE FROM LONDON
**PROTESTS CARRIED OUT IN LONDON, SIGNS, CHANTS AND MADNESS BLOCK THE STREETS
**RADIO DOES A MAN ON THE STREET TO FIND OUT WHY THEY ARE PROTESTING
**WE ARE TOLD IT’S ALL ABOUT LOVE AND MAKING SURE THERE ARE NO BORDERS
**SEAN WALKS THE STREETS AND IS INSTANTLY RECOGNIZED & DESCENDED UPON
**LISA PAGE GIVES TESTIMONY BEHIND CLOSED DOORS ONE DAY AFTER HER BOYFRIEND
4:05 PM ET - Gregg Jarrett, Fox News Legal Analyst and author of the upcoming release, The Russian Hoax, The Illicit Scheme to Clear Hillary Clinton and Frame Donald Trump (available for presale on Amazon), Sara Carter, Fox News Contributor and Investigative Reporter discuss today Lisa Page and Peter Strzok and the fallout from yesterday’s House Judiciary and OGR committees hearing.
Lisa Page, the former FBI attorney who has defied a congressional subpoena to answer questions about text-message exchanges criticizing President Donald Trump, will sit for an interview Friday with congressional investigators, House Judiciary Committee Chairman Bob Goodlatte said Thursday.
“Lisa Page has finally agreed to appear before the House Judiciary and Oversight Committees for a transcribed interview tomorrow. This decision is long overdue,” Goodlatte (R-Va.) said in a statement. “Lisa Page is a key witness in our investigation and we need to hear from her about her role related to certain decisions made by the Department and Bureau.” (h/t Politico)
4:30 PM ET - Andy McCarthy, Fox News Contributor, columnist for National Review and former Assistant United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York is here with an update on Mueller’s efforts on Manafort, which is another branch of his Trump witch hunt:
Paul Manafort faces two criminal trials, the first of which is scheduled to commence in the Eastern District of Virginia later this month. It is routine in such cases for the parties to file “motions in limine,” which ask the court to preclude evidence on topics that are claimed to be irrelevant to the charges and that could cause unfair prejudice or confusion.
The indictment on which Manafort will be tried primarily involves allegations of tax cheating and bank fraud. There are no charges involving so-called collusion in Russia’s interference in the 2016 presidential election, the suspected scheme that was the rationale for Robert Mueller’s appointment as special counsel. Manafort thus filed an in limine motion to keep the collusion issue out of the case. In responding, the special counsel agreed with the defense, representing that the prosecution “does not intend to present at trial evidence or argument concerning collusion with the Russian government.”
This has prompted some chirping from Trump supporters. They note that Manafort is accused in the Steele dossier of being the key cog in the supposed Trump–Russia “collusion” arrangement. The suggestion is that Mueller has no real collusion evidence despite the fact that the FBI has been investigating the matter for two years. (National Review)
5:05 PM ET - Nigel Farage, UKIP European Parliament Member, Fox News Contributor and leader in the Brexit movement, comments on the people in the streets of London today. They are carrying the most vile songs and chanting with little purpose and direction. It’s a mob mentality with all the fringe problems and has shut down central London for the entire day. A peak at the streets of the London and mania on Hannity.com:
Donald Trump traveled to the United Kingdom for the first time as President of the United States of America this week, sparking a fierce backlash from left-wing Londoners and their leader Mayor Sadiq Khan.
Sean Hannity’s team was in the UK Capital to witness the liberal demonstrations first hand Friday as thousands of protesters hit the streets to show their opposition to the President’s “racist” and “xenophobic” policies.
The Mayor of London raised international headlines earlier this year when he urged British Prime Minister Theresa May to disinvite Trump to the United Kingdom, saying he “was not welcome” in the capital.