Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich said on "Hannity" that with their new majority in the House, Democrats are composing myriad ways to "get" President Trump and sabotage his presidency.
Stories from Hannity
Sean Hannity called out the media's hypocrisy in their coverage of Border Patrol agents' use of tear gas on migrants.
Sean Hannity said federal prosecutors treated notorious former Gambino underboss Sammy "The Bull" Gravano much better than they are treating Trump associates Paul Manafort, Dr. Jerome Corsi, Gen. Michael Flynn, George Papadopoulos and Roger Stone.
Roger Stone, a longtime friend of President Trump, blasted Special Counsel Robert Mueller for "pitting" him against right-wing author Jerome Corsi, saying that the two are being placed at odds with one another because they support the president.
Sen. Lindsey Graham blasted the media and Trump critics for their attacks on the administration's use of tear gas on groups of migrants trying to cross the southern border.
In his Opening Monologue on Monday night, Sean Hannity said that U.S. Border Patrol and President Trump's administration are being demonized because of the weekend events at the U.S.-Mexico border.
President Donald Trump issued a message to the Central American migrant caravan encroaching on the southern border, while speaking at a rally for Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith.
Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) said on "Hannity" Tuesday that Saudi Arabia needs the United States' support more than the United States needs Saudi Arabia.
Alan Dershowitz commented Monday on Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein after President Trump told Chris Wallace he is answering written questions from Special Counsel Bob Mueller.
Daily Mail editor-at-large Piers Morgan said it was unproductive for "major liberal celebrities" to have a "massive gigantic hissy fit that their candidate lost" two years after the 2016 election.
South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham said it would be "ironic" to see President Trump undo a harsh criminal justice law passed by President Clinton in 1994.
Ohio Sen. Sherrod Brown (D) said Wednesday that if fellow Democrat Stacey Abrams does not win her gubernatorial race in Georgia, the election was "stolen" from her.