Last night, Sean Hannity took on the media’s depiction of New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie’s involvement in a controversy surrounding the closure of lanes of the George Washington Bridge.

“New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie and his administration’s involvement in the closing of a couple of lanes of the George Washington Bridge that led to a traffic jam back in September does not compare to the scandals that are plaguing the Obama administration,” Hannity said.

Shortly after the scandal erupted, Hannity pointed out that Christie quickly apologized and fired his top aide, Bridget Kelly.

"Think about those words: I apologize. That's a phrase that nobody in the Obama administration seems to know. They never say it," Hannity observed, calling to mind Hillary Clinton's response when pressed for answers on the Benghazi attack that left four Americans dead.

Hannity recalled that then-Ambassador Susan Rice went on five different Sunday shows to falsely blame the Benghazi attack on a YouTube video. She was later promoted by President Obama to national security advisor.

“Now that would be like Christie promoting his fired aide to be the next New Jersey commissioner of transportation,” Hannity said.

Hannity argued that the Obama administration does not hold anyone accountable for their mistakes.

Former Obama and Pelosi advisor Ellen Qualls and Jay Sekulow, of the American Center for Law and Justice, joined Hannity to react.

Watch the video above for the full debate.