Sean Hannity was at CPAC tonight, where he talked to Texas Sen. Ted Cruz, Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul, Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal and Dr. Ben Carson.

Watch highlights from their interviews below.

Plus, tune in tomorrow at 10p ET for day two of “Hannity” at CPAC.


Cruz: 'Abolish the IRS, Put All 125K IRS Agents on Southern Border'

What would Texas Sen. Ted Cruz do as president?

He outlined five points tonight for Sean Hannity at CPAC.

“Number one: repeal every blasted word of ObamaCare. Number two: abolish the IRS. Take all 125,000 IRS agents and put ‘em on our southern border. Number three: Stop the out of control regulators at the EPA and the alphabet soup of Washington. Number four: defend our constitutional rights – all of them. And number five: restore America’s leadership in the world as a shining city on a hill.”

Watch the clip above.


Walker: U.S. Should Show World There Is No Better Friend & No Greater Enemy

Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker told Sean Hannity tonight that America needs someone to stand up and say: Islamic terrorism must stop.

“They are like a virus in a computer … if you don’t weed it out, you’re gonna just be back at it again more and more,” he said.

Walker stressed that the U.S. must built its military power, which he said has fallen to “woefully low levels.” He called on the U.S. to stand up with its allies and partner with members of the Arab world.

“We should show the world that in America we have no better friend and no greater enemy,” he said.

Watch more above.


Paul on Constitutional Conservatives: We’re Sort of the 'Leave Me Alone' Coalition

Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) told Sean Hannity tonight at CPAC that he is getting closer to making a decision on 2016.

He said CPAC is a good opportunity to see how his message resonates with young people.

Paul, who has described himself as a “constitutional conservative,” said people who identify with that label believe in very limited government.

“We’re sort of the ‘leave me alone’ coalition,” he said. “These kids wanna be left alone. They wanna believe that what they say on their cellphone is none of the government’s damn business.”

Watch the clip above.


Jindal: 'Let’s Stop Being Politically Correct, Let's Stop Listening to the Political Left'

Sean Hannity tonight asked Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal how he would defeat ISIS.

“Well first of all, you identify the enemy. Second, you take the political handcuffs off our military. So this authorization to Congress, take out the three-year time limit, take out the ban on ground troops. Let’s stop being politically correct, let’s stop listening to the political left. Let’s go to the military and say we don’t want to degrade them, contain them, expel them – we want to kill them. We got a State Department official saying we need a jobs program and better governance – they don’t need jobs, they need to be killed."

Watch the clip above.


Carson: 'People Are Sick & Tired of People Who Are Chicken Livers'

Dr. Ben Carson told Sean Hannity tonight that he changed parties after realizing that Democrats were “pushing people toward failure under the guise of compassion.”

Hannity asked Carson how he would explain the “mysterious fear” that Republicans have to use their constitutional power against Democrats. Carson told him that these people are often more interested in being re-elected than doing what they were elected to do.

“[Republicans] need to understand that they’re there to serve the people,” Carson said. “The people are sick and tired of people who are chicken livers. They want people who actually stand up for what they sent them there to do.”

Watch the clip above.