In his opening monologue, Sean Hannity called the terror attack in Manchester, England "the definition of pure evil in our time."

Hannity said the world has a choice to make on terrorism and how to face groups like ISIS.

He said we can "roll over and capitulate and appease" terrorism or fight back.


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Hannity called the attack, aimed at children leaving an Ariana Grande concert, "the definition of pure evil in our time."

Hannity said that President Trump's strong rhetoric and promises made during his Mideast tour proves he is willing to take the fight to ISIS.

Watch the clip above.


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