Fox News analyst Gregg Jarrett said the way the federal government obtained the FISA warrant for the surveillance of onetime Trump campaign adviser Carter Page is the "definition of government corruption."
Stories from Hannity
The Republican FISA surveillance memo reveals the biggest case of abuse of power in U.S. history, Sean Hannity said in his opening monologue tonight.
In his opening monologue Thursday night, Sean Hannity said Democrats and the mainstream media are breathlessly trying to discredit a controversial memo on purported U.S. government surveillance abuses.
On "Hannity" on Tuesday night, Donald Trump Jr. said his father's first official State of the Union address was "phenomenal," and the muted reaction from Democrat lawmakers was particularly telling.
Judge Jeanine Pirro said the likely contents of the "FISA memo" purportedly detailing surveillance of Trump campaign officials describe what people expect "in a third world country."
In his opening monologue Friday night, Sean Hannity said most of the mainstream media is so preoccupied pushing their false Trump-Russia collusion narrative that they are missing one of the biggest political scandals in modern U.S. history.
On "Hannity" Thursday night, Sebastian Gorka reacted to newly recovered text messages between FBI officials Peter Strzok and Lisa Page.
Judge Jeanine Pirro's said President Trump absolutely should not sit down with Special Counsel Robert Mueller.
Radio host Larry Elder said Democrats do not want border security because they know they need a maneuver mastered by Obi-Wan Kenobi to convince white Americans to vote for them.
Sean Hannity reported exclusively that the Department of Justice has started to recover some of the five months' worth of missing text messages between FBI Agent Peter Strzok and his mistress Lisa Page.
In his opening monologue Tuesday night, Sean Hannity said new revelations about anti-Trump bias at the Justice Department and FBI mean "powerful people" need to be investigated, indicted and probably "thrown in jail."
Former Mexican President Vicente Fox said President Trump is going about negotiating border security with his country the wrong way.