Sean Hannity said Democrats and the mainstream media are "feigning moral outrage" over President Trump's pardon of former Sheriff Joe Arpaio.
Emmy-winning journalist Bernie Goldberg discussed the faults of both President Trump and the left Friday, saying both must change their habits.
Sean Hannity will interview President Donald Trump from the White House on Thursday at 10 p.m. ET.
Sean Hannity was a guest on "Fox & Friends" Saturday to discuss President Donald Trump's priorities during his first 100 days.
Throughout the 2016 election, many in the mainstream media had been pushing the use of the term "alt-right" "to describe anyone they think is extreme, or too conservative," Sean Hannity said Tuesday.
Sean Hannity confronted a number of high-profile Democrats in the 'Spin Room' following Sunday's debate.
All three Republican rivals appear on Fox News Channel for special interviews you won’t want to miss.
The Hannity host weighed in on every candidate, saying “there was only one candidate that competed in all five states tonight, and that was Donald Trump.”
“We’re looking at rioting, we’re calling that protesting. The cops are the bad guys, the crooks are the victims now."
In an exclusive hour-long special tonight on Hannity, Donald Trump discussed one of the biggest issues that’s weighing on Americans’ minds: jobs.
Before, “they would never agree to it,” said Trump. “Now, they’re saying they’re not gonna pay for it.”
In a wide-ranging interview on Hannity, Trump explained how his positions on energy, the military and trade are characteristically conservative.