The New York Times is corrupt and abusively biased. Like so many other media outlets, the so-called paper of record has never been held accountable for stalking Donald Trump and his family, all while spreading lies, conspiracy theories and baseless smears against the 45th president of the United States. For...
(CNN) — Out of office and having shut down his revolutionary communications site blog, former President Donald Trump has lost much of his ability to drive the daily national political conversation. But he still has a telephone! And that means he can, whenever he wants, call into friendly outlets to...
POTUSPosted byThe Independent
Former President Donald Trump said windmills “kill everything” in a meandering interview with Sean Hannity of Fox News. Slamming the Biden administration’s energy policy during the Wednesday night call-in with Fox, Mr Trump claimed: “We’re not going to be energy independent two months from now. They’re making windmills all over the place to ruin our land and kill our birds. To kill everything.”“And they’re very intermittent, as you learned from watching over the last four months, it’s intermittent energy, it's not good. It’s not going to power our great factories,” Mr Trump added. In February, during the power outages in...
Seth Meyers responds to Sean Hannity mocking him by saying "you can’t even get 1 million viewers a night"
"Asked him for a quote we could use in our Emmy campaign. BIG MISTAKE! #FYC," tweeted Meyers in response to Hannity, referring to Emmys' For Your Consideration season. Hannity responded this morning to Meyers' Late Night segment last night that showed a montage of Hannity saying President Biden refused to stand next to Vladimir Putin. Meyers also suggested Hannity was "Team Killer." "Seth you can’t even get 1 million viewers a night. Why you wonder? Your show sucks and you are not funny," Hannity tweeted in response. "You are locked into partisan politics of which you know nothing. It’s just a matter of time before your boring shit show is cancelled....Did I mention your show is boring, dull and is unwatchable?"
Congress & CourtsUproxxPublisher
‘What Is Doggy Coin?’: Sean Hannity And Ted Cruz Discussing Crypto Was Predictably Funny And Ridiculous
Fox News host Sean Hannity and the much maligned Senator Ted Cruz got together to explain the mysterious and shadowy world of cryptocurrency to the at-home audience, and oh boy. On one hand, sure, the Fox News audience has probably caught wind of all those Reddit-lurking younguns and their stock-market exploits, and they’d like to know what all of this Bitcoin and Dogecoin fuss is about. So at a certain point, the Fox News night-time guys needed to tackle the subject, and the results, so far, are entertaining.
Presidential ElectionThe Guardian
The Fox News host Sean Hannity was criticised for appearing at a Trump rally in 2018 but according to a new book he was involved again with Trump’s campaign in 2020, helping write an ad that aired on his primetime show. Frankly, We Did Win This Election: The Inside Story...
Sean Hannity helped write a Trump campaign ad that cost $1.5 million to make, aired only once, and was 'mocked mercilessly,' new book says
"I was not involved that much. Anybody who said that is full of shit," Hannity told WSJ's Michael Bender.
Presidential ElectionVanity Fair
In 2018, Fox News reprimanded Sean Hannity for campaigning on Donald Trump’s behalf, with the network stating that it “does not condone any talent participating” in campaign work after the star host caused “an unfortunate distraction” by speaking at a rally. However, Hannity’s involvement in the Trump campaign reportedly did not stop there. During the 2020 election, he helped write an official Trump TV ad that exclusively aired during his own Fox News show, according to a forthcoming book, “Frankly, We Did Win This Election”: The Inside Story of How Trump Lost. Punchbowl News reported that author Michael Bender, The Wall Street Journal’s White House reporter, will disclose “amazingly hilarious revelations” about the “Trump posse," including Hannity, Tucker Carlson, Ivanka Trump, Jared Kushner, and Rudy Giuliani, in the book that is set for an August release.
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Congress & CourtsThe Hill
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Nashville, TNPosted byUSA TODAY
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Sean Hannity Admits That He Actually Agrees With Jon Stewart On A ‘Bullsh*t’ Issue That’s Impacting Veterans’ Health
Former The Daily Show host (and coming Apple TV+ host) Jon Stewart is no stranger to taking fights to Capitol Hill to fight for healthcare for those who serve their country. To that end, he’s renewed his push for veterans who were exposed to toxic burn pits and are now suffering grave health effects, years after their tours in Iraq and Afghanistan. Burn pits have been linked to respiratory illnesses and cancer, but the Department of Veterans Affairs has so far come up short in providing benefits linked to the pits, and the Washington Post has detailed how Stewart is pushing legislation that will remove the “burden of proof” upon veterans to prove the link of their illnesses to burn pit exposure.
Phoenix, AZPhoenix New Times
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Nashville, TNColumbia Daily Herald
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TV & VideosPosted byLos Angeles Times
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