Sean Hannity asked Tuesday why Democrats who demand Judge Brett Kavanaugh prove his innocence against claims of sexual misconduct haven't done the same for DNC Deputy Chair Keith Ellison.
Sean Hannity currently serves as host of FOX News Channel’s (FNC) Hannity (weekdays 9-10PM/ET). He joined the network in 1996 and is based in New York.
As one of the most prominent and influential conservative voices in the country, Hannity’s program offers a mix of fresh news, commentary, guest interviews and branded segments such as #AskSean, where viewers have the opportunity to send in questions via Twitter or Facebook for him to answer.
Most recently in 2017, Hannity traveled to Israel to speak with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. He has also interviewed President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence.
Throughout his career, Hannity has secured interviews with numerous key newsmakers and political figures, including then-President George W. Bush, then-Vice President Dick Cheney, Reverend Jesse Jackson and then-Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich, as well as an exclusive interview with George Zimmerman. Previously, he co-hosted Hannity & Colmes with Alan Colmes for 12 years, which was ranked as the second-highest rated program in cable news.
Known for his provocative style and free-wheeling, passionate commentary on politics and the American agenda, Hannity has become one of the most popular radio personalities nationwide. As host of Premiere Radio Networks' The Sean Hannity Show, syndicated to more than 500 stations and heard in all of the top 50 markets, he has a loyal listenership of 13.5 million. Hannity is currently ranked No. 2 in Talker Magazine's Top 100 Talk Hosts in America and was listed as No. 72 on Forbes’ “Celebrity 100” list in 2013. In October 2003, Hannity received two NAB Marconi Radio Awards for Network Syndicated Personality of the Year and is a three-time consecutive winner of the Radio & Records National Talk Show Host of the Year Award.
Prior to his roles with WABC and FNC, Hannity hosted a radio talk show in Atlanta on WGST-AM and was a frequent substitute for fellow talk show host Rush Limbaugh on WABC in New York. He is also the author of three New York Times bestsellers, "Let Freedom Ring: Winning the War of Liberty over Liberalism," "Deliver Us From Evil: Defeating Terrorism, Despotism, and Liberalism" and "Conservative Victory: Defeating Obama’s Radical Agenda."
Stories from Sean Hannity
Sean Hannity said that many Democrats believe an FBI probe of Judge Brett Kavanaugh is the only way he can prove his innocence against claims of sexual harassment.
Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) said Monday on "Hannity" that the allegations of sexual assault against Judge Brett Kavanaugh are "collapsing."
Sean Hannity said Monday that Democrats' attempts to "assassinate" the character of Judge Brett Kavanaugh are the latest in a pattern that shows itself before consequential elections.
In his opening monologue on Friday night, Sean Hannity said that President Trump should "under zero circumstances" fire Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein.
Sean Hannity blasted what he called Democrats' hypocrisy on claims of sexual misconduct against men in politics.
Sean Hannity held an impromptu interview with President Donald Trump Thursday ahead of the New York Republican's rally in Las Vegas, Nev.
House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes said Wednesday that Americans are being "force-fed Kool-Aid" in regard to whether President Trump colluded with Russia to steal the 2016 election.
Sean Hannity said Tuesday in his Opening Monologue that the Democrats are continuing their habitual "selective moral outrage" in order to stop the confirmation of Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh.
South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham reacted Monday on "Hannity" to an allegation of sexual misconduct against Judge Brett Kavanaugh.
Rudy Giuliani said that former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort's guilty plea meant nothing when it comes to the president and allegations of collusion.
Following the release of new text messages between Peter Strzok and Lisa Page, former federal prosecutor Joe diGenova said "the walls are closing in" on Obama-era Justice Department and FBI officials.