In his Opening Monologue, Sean Hannity discussed examples of what he considered the mainstream media's hypocrisy or "conspiracy theory" in their coverage of President Donald Trump.
Stories from Hannity
In his Opening Monologue, Sean Hannity addressed what he called the "rampant, disgusting conspiracy theories" about First Lady Melania Trump's public absence during the end of May and beginning of June.
Fox News legal analyst Gregg Jarrett said reports of a possible immunity deal for former Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe "puts James Comey on the hot seat."
Constitutional law expert and "Life, Liberty & Levin" host Mark Levin said President Donald Trump cannot be indicted and that special counsel Robert Mueller may be the one trying to exceed his powers.
In Monday's Opening Monologue, Sean Hannity celebrated the 500th day of the Trump presidency.
It's a powerful "Hannity" on Monday, with guests Mark Levin and White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders joining Sean to break down the biggest stories of the day and the Trump administration's latest moves.
Sean Hannity reacted to a report that prosecutors in the District of Columbia are considering filing charges against fired Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe for allegedly lying to federal agents.
Rudy Giuliani slammed "left-wing TV star" Michael Avenatti during an appearance on "Hannity" on Wednesday.
Rudy Giuliani wants to see the documents that House Oversight Chairman Trey Gowdy was briefed on that led him to the determination that the FBI was justified in using a secret informant who had contact with members of the Trump campaign.
Sean Hannity ripped House Oversight & Government Reform Committee Chairman Trey Gowdy for defending the FBI's alleged use of an informant inside the Trump presidential campaign.
Former Trump campaign associate Michael Caputo said he was approached by "two and perhaps more" alleged federal informants trying to gain access to the campaign.
David Avella, the chairman of conservative organization GOPAC, said former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper's stated dislike of the term "spying" is like the head of the Food & Drug Administration not liking the term "broccoli."