Sean Hannity said the mainstream media and Democrats "predictably" made President Trump's comments about NFL players all about race.
Stories from Hannity
On "Hannity" last night, Newt Gingrich slammed Hillary Clinton for suggesting race played a role in why President Donald Trump criticized NFL players' national anthem protests.
Sean Hannity is kicking off his first week back in the 9pm ET timeslot with a huge lineup of powerful interviews.
Breitbart executive chairman and former White House adviser Steve Bannon said he could find agreement with NFL players kneeling under certain conditions.
Sean Hannity blasted NFL players who knelt during the national anthem, as well as league commissioner Roger Goodell.
Former Milwaukee County, Wis. Sheriff David Clarke said President Trump will "win" whether or not his endorsed candidate in the Alabama senate primary does.
Michelle Malkin had strong words for critics of President Trump's speech to the United Nations.
Sean Hannity said a report that former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort was wiretapped "vindicated" President Trump's claims from earlier this year.
Sean Hannity said that the 2017 Emmy Awards proved that Hollywood is "obsessed" in their "insane, unhinged hatred" for President Trump.
Sean Hannity said that the Republican Party's constant failures "literally pushed this president into the arms of Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi."
Tomi Lahren sounded off on "Hannity" on ESPN's Jemele Hill calling President Trump a white supremacist.
Sebastian Gorka, former deputy assistant to President Trump, says that Trump's willingness to work with Democratic leaders shows he's serious about his agenda.