Sean Hannity reminded his audience that November 8 marked one year since then-New York businessman Donald Trump (R) was elected president.
Hannity took a look back at the "hysterics" of the mainstream media as Election 2016 progressed, and compared them to the press' glee when Democrats swept 2017 off-year contests.
He aired clips of comedians like Seth Meyers and John Oliver saying Trump is "running as a joke" and "not going to be president."
President Obama, at the time, read "mean tweets" from Trump, including one that said he will "go down as the worst president in history."
"At least I will go down as a president," Obama said.
On Election Night, MSNBC's Lawrence O'Donnell said "America is crying tonight... literally crying" and his colleague Rachel Maddow said America faces "serious crises."
Martha Raddatz of ABC News began weeping on air, and CNN's Van Jones called Trump's election a "whitelash."
"It's funny, but it's also pathetic," Hannity remarked.
He showed a clip from this week of MSNBC's Joe Scarborough saying that Democrats' Virginia and New Jersey victories are a "repudiation of Donald Trump that will be heard... around the world."
Hannity said Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno (R-N.J.) stood little chance of winning in a deep blue state where its sitting governor of the same party, Chris Christie, was rated the least popular in the nation.
He said Virginia was a state won by Hillary Clinton and then won in a similar fashion by Virginia Beach physician Lt. Gov. Ralph Northam (D).
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio (D) also sailed to reelection against Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis (R-Staten Island) and retired NYPD Det. Richard "Bo" Dietl (I).
Hannity said the real presidential repudiation came during the Obama years, when his party lost the presidency, along with dozens of House, Senate and governor seats.
He said that, however, the Virginia contest was a "stern warning to Congressional Republicans."
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