Listen below for the Kilmeade Sound Medley of the day


New York Post Columnist MICHAEL GOODWIN talked about the prisoner swap and how the Democratic Party basically wants to run as the anti-war party. Michael went on to say that this may not be good for the country and that the President shouldn't be running the country that way.


Former Director of the CIA and the NSA, General MICHAEL HAYDEN called in and weighed in on Edward Snowden and the Gitmo prisoner swap. General Hayden expressed his belief that Leon Panetta walked away from this deal because the President doesn't have anyone to give him candid advice.


Famed Constitutional attorney ALAN DERSHOWITZ explained that although the President did not break the constitution he may have violated Congressional law. Professor Dershowitz said that even though Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl may have broken military law he doesn't see him getting charged now that he is back. He also explained that if all the nations of the world had gotten together and agreed not to give in to terrorists we would have been able to eradicate terror plots. Dershowitz also weighed in on Snowden saying that he is a criminal and that Brian Williams did not ask him any hard questions.

Former US Ambassador to the UN JOHN BOLTON weighed in on the prisoner trade and explained that the real issue is how outrageous this trade is and it shows the President will pay any price to get out of Afghanistan. Ambassador Bolton also called the President's speech at West Point incoherent, just like his foreign policy.

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Fox Chief Washington Correspondent JAMES ROSEN talked about the dangers of the prisoner exchange.