Sean Hannity sounded off on the ongoing trial of former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort while criticizing how Hillary Clinton has not been prosecuted in her email case.

Hannity said in his Opening Monologue that there is evidence that Clinton obstructed justice among other infractions, while Manafort sits in an Alexandria, Va. courtroom on a 2005 tax fraud case.

He said that he is not prejudging Manafort's guilt or innocence but instead drawing attention to the fact the case has "nothing to do with [alleged] collusion" by President Donald Trump and Russia.


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Hannity said that no one has been indicted by special counsel Robert Mueller on charges tied to election meddling and the like.

"This is a disgrace to America's system of justice," he said, adding that a guilty verdict against Manafort would be "the media's new obsession."

Hannity called out the mainstream media for dedicating 344 percent more time to Omarosa Manigault Newman's tell-all book than the firing of FBI agent Peter Strzok. 

"More than triple the reporting on salacious rumors over what is serious news about a corrupt, high-ranking FBI official fired because of his massive bias and corruption, [who was] at the heart of everything from [the Hillary Clinton email probe] to General Flynn to the beginning of the Russia-Trump hoax."

Hannity said the media has been obsessed with Omarosa's salacious claims for the past few weeks, but their reporting is "nothing new."

"[The coverage] just moves crisis to crisis ... 24/7," he said.  

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