In his opening monologue tonight, Sean Hannity criticized the "modern-day propagandists" in the "abusively-biased media," who he said are at war with President Trump.

He called their reporting on the president a "gross malpractice" of their duties as purveyors of straight information to the public.

"They are collectively at war with the president because their little egos are bruised," Hannity said.

He recounted how, at a rally in Florida over the weekend, Trump took aim at news organizations for reporting "one false story after another" and accused them of using false sources.

In response, anchors like CNN's Christopher Cuomo said Trump's anti-press rhetoric will lead to people "getting hurt."

Hannity charged that Cuomo, the brother of Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D-N.Y.), and his media colleagues are "the biggest mouthpiece for the left in the country" and "modern-day propagandists."

He called a montage of press outrage against Trump "exactly why the president calls them fake news."

"What they're doing to you, the American people, is a great disservice. They should be ashamed of themselves."

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