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On Monday, Sean Hannity fired back at liberal politicians and people in the mainstream press who have accused President-elect Donald Trump of having ties to Russia.

"Can you imagine if the tables were turned and it was Donald Trump's campaign trying to do this?" Hannity said.

Hannity added that the Left's recount "scheme" has failed which has forced them to instead blame Trump's victory on the Russians.

He said that some of the legislators pushing for further investigation into possible Kremlin ties, Sen. Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.), Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) and Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) are doing so out of personal disdain for Trump.

If Schumer and the rest of Trump's critics cared about Russian involvement, Hannity said, they should have been louder in their criticism of Hillary Clinton email scandal.

Hannity told former US Ambassador to the United Nations John Bolton that Democrats have effectively fired-up a "fake moral outrage machine."

Bolton also responded to Hannity's monologue:

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