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A new poll shows the majority of American believe the U.K. exit vote indicates a feeling of anger and dissatisfaction.

Irish filmmaker Phelim McAleer is with me now. Phelim, welcome back. You've been in the U.S. for a while, but do you see parallels between the two countries? Between the U.K. and the U.S., and the kind of spirit of the people, if you like?

PHELIM MCALEER, IRISH FILMMAKER: Yes, yes. You know, it's very obvious, than it's even obvious from the reaction of the people who lose. That means the reaction of people who win are the same, and the reaction of people who lose are the same.

So, Donald Trump is the nominee for the Republican Party, and then we have the people who voted for leave. They won against all of the elites, against everyone who said it would never happen, all the pollsters and pundits and the professionals.

And now those very same people who said it could never happen want to overturn the decision, whether it's the Republican Party or the Democratic Party, the Republican Party trying to undermines Donald Trump nomination.

Or in Britain, trying to have a second referendum or the parliament not to push through the result of the referendum, by any means necessary, they're going to torque the will of the people, so there's a lot in common.

BOLTON: Phelim, I want to ask you, HBO's John Oliver essentially said, made the case that pro-exit voters didn't really understand what they were doing. Here is a quick clip from his show.


OLIVER: It's really hard not to think that some Britons might not have fully thought this through. Especially when you look at some of the top search terms concerning the E.U. the next day.

UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: Some of the most googled questions in the U.K. since the polls closed last night. What does it mean to leave the E.U., and what is the E.U.?

OLIVER: OK, that is clearly not good! On the list of all-time bad morning after Google, that's got to be up there with, can I get pregnant from mouth stuff, and what is a Swastika and also how do remove a tattoo.


BOLTON: So, obviously, the comedy show, it's for laughs, he got a lot of them. But what do you make of the implication that if people vote for something that is more conservative they are seen as uninformed?

MCALEER: Yes, yes, of course, of course, that was inaccurate. It's not that it's the second most -- it's the most increased searched term. So, it went from 300 searches in the U.K. a day to 1,000 a day.

Yes, it's a big percentage increase, but it's not the biggest search in the U.K. concerning the E.U. Look, you hit the nail on the head there. When liberals push through, when referendums happen and liberals don't like them, they use the courts to overturn them, they call people stupid, they call racist.

I went to bed on Thursday night a mild Brexit here who woke up a racist.

BOLTON: Yes, that's what well said, Phelim.

MCALEER: And that's what my family called me.

BOLTON: All right. I understand. Thank you very much. You know, the time change can change, can change all sorts of perceptions, I guess.

MCALEER: The ocean is a wonderful body of water. It does all those things, you know? It's a...

BOLTON: What healthy distance, it sounds like. Phelim McAleer, thank you, sir.

MCALEER: Yes, thank you. Thanks.

BOLTON: Filmmaker, Phelim McAleer joining me there.

Well, a warm reception. Canadian lawmakers chanting four more years for President Obama.




BOLTON: My guest says his American apology tour is paying off.


BARACK OBAMA, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA PRESIDENT: There have been times where America showed arrogance, and been dismissive. Even derisive. The United States is still working through some of our own darker periods in our history

We've at times been disengaged, and a times we thought to dictate our terms.






BOLTON: President Obama got a warm reception in Canada. Lawmakers chanting four more years. That's what you heard there, after the president's address to Canadian Parliament. His poll numbers are higher in Canada than in the U.S.

With me now, my political power panel, chief political analyst, Fox News contributor, Deneen Borelli, Republican strategist, Mark Serrano, and democratic strategist, Harlan Hill. Welcome to you all. Deneen, what do you make of President Obama's international approval levels?

DENEEN BORELLI, FOX NEWS CONTRIBUTOR: Well, listen, the Canadian folks have to live under Obama's failed policies. And there's 67 percent of Americans feel the country is going in the wrong direction.

In 2010, it was around even. And so, a lot of Americans are feeling the pain and burden of Obama's failed policies whether it's energy, his immigration policy is going to flood the job market with individuals that are low skilled. We done know what kind of disease is coming, what kind of terrorists will be infiltrating. The policies are harming our country.

BOLTON: So, Harlan, what do you make of Deneen's assessment that essentially the Canadians don't have to live with the Obama administration's policies, they can afford to like him.

HARLAN HILL, DEMOCRATIC STRATEGIST: Well, and relative to socialist in France or a socialist in Canada, you know, Barack Obama looks relatively moderate.

So, I think it's all about perspective it's all about relativity. You know, he looks pretty far to the left from our perspective as Americans, but if you live in France or Belgium, maybe not so much.

BOLTON: Yes, and Trudeau seems very much to the left, to your point.

HILL: Yes, no question.

BOLTON: So, Mark, your comments, is it just that -- it's not just Canada, actually.



BOLTON: President Obama is president in Germany, in, as Harlan just said, Belgium and France and further abroad?

SERRANO: I'm surprised that his approval numbers overseas aren't higher. I mean, of course these people love the heck. Mexico must love Barack Obama because he's inviting all the Mexicans to come across our border. Iranians they must love Barack Obama, because now they've got deals with companies like Boeing that absolutely do not deserve.

You know, Russians probably like President Obama. My gosh! They are countries throughout the Middle East that love Barack Obama because he has dismantled and changed the entire power structure there. So, I'm surprised...


BOLTON: But you're also implying that it's because he has allowed opportunity for these adversaries at least in Russia's case.

SERRANO: Because he has treated our allies like enemies and our enemies like allies. Absolutely, because he's changing the world order.

BOLTON: Let me ask you about this. Because President Obama referred to Donald Trump's policy. So, he didn't call him out by name but essentially talked about a candidate who is not a populist. So, if you read between the lines, it's Donald Trump is not a populist because he does not care for the people. Did you hear him make those comments, Mark?

SERRANO: Yes, so I did, and look, this is coming, you know, Obama spoke and it was really not just an address to a foreign ally, it was more of a campaign speech. Obama can't wait to get on the road with Hillary Clinton, and four more years, of course, they want four more years, and Hillary Clinton is tying herself to Barack Obama's legacy.

Here is the colossal error they're making in reading this electorate. They are like the remain campaign in the U.K. They want Americans to remain stuck and mired in Obama economic policies. And that is not going to resonate with manufacturing -- guys who have been laid off in manufacturing in Ohio, Pennsylvania, Kentucky and Michigan.

BOLTON: All right. We want to talk about trade another day. But as far as being on the campaign trail, Deneen, Harlan, how do you see it. In other words, President Obama using these international moments to basically campaign for Hillary Clinton.

BORELLI: Yes, he endorsed her, the worst person ever, based on her Secretary of State record with the e-mails and the server and the lies with Benghazi. Yes, this should be very interesting. And I do hope folks would check out my conservative view commentary, who's the real populist, Trump or Obama. Obama had an epic meltdown in Canada, what he was complaining about Trump constantly for not being a populist.

HILL: It was worse than that. I thought that he was lecturing the Trump supporters. I felt like he was belittling us, and you know, as a Trump supporter, as a democrat for Trump, I can't wait for him to be out there campaigning for Hillary Clinton, because there's never been a less effective surrogate for another candidate than Barack Obama.

Every -- just to -- every candidate that he's gone through the campaign trail for, other than himself, has failed. So, you know, I can't wait for him to get out there.

BOLTON: All right.

SERRANO: There is a political -- there is a political movement an upheaval taking place in the world, and they don't get it. They're smug and elitist and they think they got this election in the bag.

BOLTON: Mark, Deneen, and Harlan, thank you all. Glad to have you here, spirited discussion.

HILL: Thanks, Deirdre.

BOLTON: We love it.

SERRANO: Thanks, Deirdre.

BOLTON: More details being released from a top Clinton aide's deposition, Hillary Clinton apparently called only one of the 35 Benghazi survivors in the month after the attack. As you heard in my recent interview with the mother of one of the soldiers killed, she is still waiting for her phone call.


PATRICIA SMITH, SEAN SMITH'S MOTHER: Don't just listen to her, question it. Make her say something! Have her call me! I'm still waiting! Hillary, I'm waiting for what you promised me. All I heard was you getting on TV, calling me a liar! That's not true, Hillary. I am not the liar. You are the liar!




SMITH: I would like to see Hillary in stripes. I think she ought to be made to acknowledge what she did, and she has not. So far all she has done is lied, and people are believing her. I know different because I talked to my son, and he told me, make her admit to what she did.

Please, do something, don't just talk, don't just listen to her. Question it. Make her say something! Have her call me! I'm still waiting. Hillary, I'm waiting for what you promised me. All I heard was you getting on TV, calling me a liar! That's not true, Hillary. I am not the liar. You are the liar!


BOLTON: Hillary Clinton called only one of the 35 Benghazi survivors in the months after those terror attacks. This is according to testimony from top aide, Huma Abedin. Abedin also testified that Hillary Clinton reached out after Abedin explicitly advised her, too.

Joining me now, Fox News strategic analyst, retired Lieutenant Colonel Ralph Peters. Colonel, thank you so much for coming in. What is your take on this poor mom not being able to reach closure. She has not heard anything from the State Departments, from the government at any level about her son.

RALPH PETERS, FOX NEWS STRATEGIC ANALYST: Yes. Nor have other people involved. Other families involved in Benghazi. And, Deirdre, what you see is absolutely classic leftist thinking. In the abstract. In theory, the left loss of humanity. They just don't like people.

You know, when you get down to it, people resist their ideas, they're not grateful for all the left is trying to do for themselves, and people, I mean, they grab your hand and they're sweaty. We don't want them. We just want this abstract people.

We're going to save the world as the communists try and socialists are trying in Venezuela. You know how that worked out.


PETERS: I really think you're seeing the heartlessness and coldness of the left behind the do-gooder mentality.

BOLTON: I love what you said, the liberals, I love humanism, the theory of humanism but don't like people.

I need to ask you about something that broke in the last hour. U.S. Attorney General, Loretta Lynch receiving harsh criticism even from democrats, even former Obama advisers because she met with former President Bill Clinton.

And just a moment ago, Colonel, the State Department filed for a delay releasing Hillary Clinton's e-mails, a delay of 27 months. Judge Andrew Napolitano connected the dots. At least this is his opinion. Here it is.


ANDREW NAPOLITANO, FOX NEWS SENIOR JUDICIAL ANALYST: Loretta Lynch, formerly a very highly regarded prosecutor, with a great ethical compass has now become a two-bit political hack dedicated to the political paradigm of the president who appointed her and she has made herself excusable in this, and recusable in this, sure to get off the case.


BOLTON: So, Colonel, I mean, she had a stellar reputation prior to this moment. It's now very much in question.

PETERS: Yes. And I really had high hopes for her, because Eric Holder was such a disastrously divisive Attorney General, and she does have a fine record, but you know, nothing -- it's not moving forward on Benghazi, this comes up now, then the meeting with President Clinton might have been totally innocent.

But our Attorney General, the highest law enforcement officer in the land, has to avoid even the appearance of getting it wrong.

BOLTON: Very bad optics.

PETERS: Yes, it is.

BOLTON: I want to ask you before I let you go, you wrote this amazing book, "The Damned of Petersburg," what made you wanted -- I mean, this had to have taken years to put together, but here it is. Congratulations.

PETERS: Thank you.

BOLTON: What was the most surprising part of working on it, to you?

PETERS: I've been working, I've been studying the Civil War all my life, it's been a hobby. But when you really study it and get beyond the P.C. or the right or left or north or south bias, the sheer humanity of the people on both sides, the challenges and their willingness to suffer for the cause. I mean...

BOLTON: Brother against brother, I mean, it's heart-wrenching.

PETERS: Indeed. And it is quite literally. And in this book, it opens with the battle called the crater, this is the most savage part of the Civil War towards the end, and this battle in the crater where the union blows up a line in their confederate lines charge in, make a hash of it, black troops are introduced clumsily, they were called U.S. colored troops, turns into a three-sided racial massacre.

Where in the end, you have after confederates and blacks were killing each other, black -- white union soldiers start killing black union soldiers to ingratiate themselves with the confederates.

It's a book about leadership and above all, Deirdre, it's an attempt to teach people our history in an enjoyable form.

BOLTON: Colonel, more after this. We're back in just two.


BOLTON: Take a quick look at the markets. We're going to show you the board right now. So, the last trading day of the month, the last trading day of the quarter. And you can see green on your screens. You have for the Dow and the S&P 500, third straight quarterly gains.

You can see investors despite a very volatile week adjusting to the big vote that the U.K. left the E.U. That was the vote and you can see where the markets stand for the day, for the quarter.

Thank you for joining us. Making Money with Charles Payne starts now.


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