Hannity on Previous Susan Rice Denials: 'Sounds Like a Lie To Me'
In his Opening Monologue Sean Hannity recounted how former National Security Adviser Susan Rice is now responding to bombshell reports that exposed her role in the unmasking of Trump associates' identities in surveillance records.
Hannity noted how two weeks ago, Rice told PBS Newshour that she knew nothing about House Intel Committee Chair Devin Nunes' (R-Calif.) statements regarding the unmasking of those names.
He said Rice later "changed her tune" in recent interviews.
"That sounds like a lie to me," he said, adding that Rice has a history of false statements like her initial claim that the 2012 Benghazi attack was committed in response to an offensive video.
Hannity said that in addition to Rice's apparent flip-flop, the "alt-left" media is "doing everything in their power to bury the story."