Nationally syndicated Salem Radio talk-show host Larry Elder joined "Hannity" to discuss President Barack Obama's legacy following his farewell address Tuesday night.

When Sean Hannity asked the question of Obama's legacy, Elder gave a succinct yet telling response.

"His legacy, Sean, is Donald J. Trump," Elder said. "That's what his legacy is and the fact that the majority of the American people feel that we're on the wrong track economically, on the wrong track in terms of foreign policy."


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During the interview, news was breaking related to the unverified report of President-elect Donald Trump's possible ties to Russia.

Hannity then mentioned the various instances of alleged Russian hacking during the Obama Administration and said "we haven't done anything."

"They have not taken cyber security seriously enough, and that's why this country has been exposed the way it's been exposed," Elder said.

Watch the full interview above, and share your thoughts with us on Obama's legacy in the comments section.


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