In his Opening Monologue, Sean Hannity said the world is experiencing "Trump adjustment syndrome" after eight years of weak policy from President Obama.
Hannity said Trump's strike on a Syrian airfield was a major adjustment from Obama's more diplomatic approach.
He praised Trump for pressing NATO to make sure its member countries pay their fair share of dues.
"There is a new sheriff in town and the world is beginning to take notice," he said.
Hannity said Obama heralded over eight years of appeasement and that Trump's more upfront style has ruffled feathers.
He called the phenomenon "Trump adjustment syndrome."
Watch the full monologue above and the ensuing discussion below with Dr. Sebastian Gorka, deputy assistant to President Trump.
Gorka said that in the case of responding to Assad's chemical attack, "the moral imperative overlaps with the national security interests of the United States."