While on air Wednesday night, Fox News host Megyn Kelly slammed Donald Trump for using Sean Hannity’s show as a “safe space.” Immediately following, Hannity tweeted out a nasty-gram to Kelly (see below).
During an interview with political pundit Stuart Stevens, Kelly said the following:
“They’re both in their own version of a presidential protection program. You say they’ve designed her situation so she’s not in a place where she feels uncomfortable or anything unexpected could come at her, which is why she sat for half an hour with Mary J. Blige, the singer, which is why she did ‘Entertainment Tonight’ this evening, which is why we just found out that when she went on the Steve Harvey show, she had every single question given to her in writing in advance and then she feigned surprise as the questions were asked. And then Donald Trump, with all due respect to my friend at 10 o’clock, will go on Hannity and pretty much only Hannity and will not venture out to the unsafe spaces these days, which doesn’t exactly expand the tent for either one of them. There. That’s my two cents.”
Following the interview Hannity lashed out at Kelly over Twitter, blatantly calling her a supporter of Hillary Clinton.
— Sean Hannity (@seanhannity) October 6, 2016
It should be no surprise to Kelly or anyone else that Hannity is “soft” on Trump. Back in April Hannity admitted on Twitter that he is easy on Trump as well as all other Republicans.
I have a diverse audience that I serve.I have been easy on all R as I want them to win. I will battle Hillary hard!! https://t.co/CtXVDjsF9z
— Sean Hannity (@seanhannity) April 30, 2016
When the liberal media does anything in their power to make sure Democrats are protected, it is refreshing to see a conservative news anchor like Hannity who won’t bash candidates of his own party like Kelly does.
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