Sean Hannity tried to attack AOC for her speech seconding the nomination of Sen. Bernie Sanders, but he only embarrassed himself.
The Governor of Texas has credited Sean Hannity with mask wearing in his state after the Fox News’ personality urged viewers to don a face covering to fight Coronavirus.
Greg Abbott told Fox News’ morning program Fox & Friends on Friday that Texas was now following Hannity’s suggestion.
Donald Trump claimed on Thursday that Covid-19 testing is benefiting his political opponents. The President has repeatedly made false claims about testing.
Trump spoke to Fox News’ Sean Hannity in a wide ranging phone interview where he once again seemed to complain about testing and finding Coronavirus cases.
According to studies conducted by the Harvard Kennedy School Misinformation Review, the National Bureau of Economic Research, and the University of Chicago (among others), coronavirus infection and mortality rates are higher in areas where Fox News host Sean Hannity has his widest audience. The studies were surfaced by the Washington Post.
President Donald Trump claimed a friend told him he is “the most perfect person” for surviving the investigation into his Russian ties.
“Isn’t that true?” he asked the audience.
Trump said during an interview with Fox News's Sean Hannity that if Joe Biden becomes president, he won't really be running the government.
Bill O’Reilly, the former Fox News host who left the network in 2017 amid a sexual harassment scandal, said in an interview with former colleague Sean Hannity that coronavirus victims “were on their last legs anyway,” according to audio posted online by Media Matters.
It is easy to see which Democratic candidate Trump and Fox are worried about as Sean Hannity showed up at Biden's rally in New Hampshire.
During his Super Bowl interview with Sean Hannity, Trump said that he couldn't work with Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer because they lie.
An exchange between Chairman Schiff and Marie Yovanovitch revealed that Sean Hannity was involved in Trump's Ukraine shakedown.
Trump has lost Sean Hannity, as the Fox News host and #1 Trump defender has told friends privately that the Ukraine whistleblower allegations are "really bad."
Fox News is bleeding advertisers, and Sean Hannity is threatening to leave because he believes that the Murdochs are out to get Trump.
CNN’s New Day this morning took some well-deserved shots at President Donald Trump’s documented friendship with Fox News host Sean Hannity.
POLITICO writers Jake Sherman and Anna Palmer were on the show discussing their new book, Hill to Die On, with co-anchors Alisyn Camerota and Jake Berman. The book describes the pitched battle that has taken place on Capitol Hill in Washington during the first two years of Trump’s presidency.
Sean Hannity is two things: stupid, and devoted to Donald Trump. And the combination of those two things just put the belligerent Fox News host in a position where he is almost certainly going to find himself the subject of at least one subpoena.
Fox News host Sean Hannity may soon find himself in the crosshairs of Robert Mueller’s investigation into collusion and conspiracy between the Trump campaign and Russia.
Thursday’s indictment of Trump’s friend Roger Stone clearly implicated former Trump adviser Steve Bannon, who reportedly gave the orders to Stone for him to illegally conspire with WikiLeaks for the release of the emails that had been stolen by Russia from the Democratic National Committee.
Rep. Mark Meadows of North Carolina, the leader of the House Freedom Caucus, often looks at things differently from most people. And last night was no exception.
After reading special counsel Robert Mueller’s sentencing report on former national security advisor Michael Flynn, Meadows reached a conclusion that was shared by almost no other intelligent person. The sentencing report, he said, was “good news for President Trump” because “there is no mention of collusion.”
It has never been more clear that Fox News is making executive decisions for the President of the United States. Donald Trump watches Fox News for hours every day (and night) and there have been many stories about how he has been influenced by the conservative news channel.
Robert Mueller’s top two star witnesses —Paul Manafort and Michael Cohen — have pleaded guilty and are working with him. And, as it turns out, both of them have a history of very close connections with not only the president but also Donald Trump’s friend and supporter Sean Hannity.
Sean Hannity excitedly announced that end of his show that he would be interviewing Roseanne Barr on Thursday night on Fox News.