Sean Hannity Goes After Fellow Fox News Anchor

Sean Hannity Goes After Fellow Fox News Anchor
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Fox News opinion maker Sean Hannity says he likes colleague Shepard Smith, but he’s nonetheless convinced the channel’s chief news anchor is “so anti-Trump.”

Hannity made the declaration during his radio program Monday with White House adviser Sebastian Gorka. The Fox News host described Smith as “a friend,” but someone who does not like President Donald Trump.

“I like Shep,” Hannity told Gorka, per CNN. “But he’s so anti-Trump. I mean, he went off on a rant last week.”

Hannity was explaining that the reporters and commentators at Fox News are not ideologically monolithic, and seemed to be referencing a segment from last week during which Smith accused the Trump administration of telling “lie after lie after lie” about Russia’s potential interference in the 2016 election.
 
 Source: The Blaze

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