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Sean Hannity delivered a powerful monologue tonight about how the liberal mainstream media was "so wrong and so misleading" about President-elect Donald Trump.

He blamed the anti-Donald Trump protests that are taking place across the country on the media's "biased reporting" and "blatant disregard for the truth."

"What we're seeing now is what they purposefully, in many ways, I argue, created," Hannity said. "The outrage that we now see against President-elect Donald Trump and his supporters, this is getting dangerous and extremely scary."

Hannity noted that the media was "abusively biased" against Trump even before he announced his candidacy, mocking him and calling a Trump presidency "impossible."

"Back in 2008, right here on this program, I said journalism was dead," Hannity said. "But this election, we found out it's far worse than we ever could have imagined."

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