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In his Opening Monologue, Sean Hannity said Special Counsel Robert Mueller "declared war" on President Donald Trump and is leading a now-"rogue" investigation.

Hannity said that since Mueller was appointed, "not a whiff" of Russian collusion has been found, leading Mueller "and his merry band of deep-state Trump-hating sycophants" to take their investigation "off the rails."

"Robert Mueller has now officially gone rogue and declared war against the president," Hannity said, pointing to the raids on Trump attorney Michael Cohen's office and home.

Hannity said the Soviet concept of "show me the man, I'll find you the crime" may be applicable to the Mueller case, making it "wholly anti-American."

He pointed to a previous case in which Mueller was involved. During the criminal investigation of mobster James "Whitey" Bulger, Hannity said four innocent people went to jail, and two died before being exonerated.

Hannity said that Mueller's "pitbull" - attorney Andrew Weissmann - cost more than 10,000 people their jobs at Arthur Anderson Accounting during a botched legal case.

He called the Mueller probe an "unprecedented abuse of power" and demanded that Attorney General Jeff Sessions step in.

Hannity noted that longtime Sessions friend Mark Levin, host of "Life, Liberty & Levin" and "The Mark Levin Show" said on the radio the former Alabama senator should step down.

"This will destroy a 30-year friendship," Levin said. "It's time for the attorney general to step aside."

Hannity added that a "two-tiered justice system" exists in which Trump is heavily investigated while scant evidence of criminal activity exists, while Hillary Clinton still walks free despite the email scandal.

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