On the first business day of President Donald Trump's administration, Sean Hannity visited 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue to give viewers an exclusive look inside the Trump White House.

Hannity spoke to Trump counsel Kellyanne Conway about the press' "presumptive negativity" toward the Trump administration, and how they plan on countering irresponsible and reckless reporting.

"It would be nice to see people show respect for the office of the president and its current occupant," Conway said. "Give him a chance to do right by the American people."

She said if reporters are being "political hacks," then the Trump team has a right to call that out.

"This White House and the media are going to share joint custody of this nation for eight years," Conway said. "We ought to be able to figure out how to co-parent and mutually coexist."

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