In his monologue on Tuesday, Sean Hannity said the left-wing media is starting to sound like Russian President Vladimir Putin when they push conspiracy theories about President Trump.

Putin recently claimed that America could essentially fake a future chemical attack in Syria to legitimize a military response there by Trump.

Hannity said that the left has echoed similarly outrageous conspiracy theories about the president.

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He pointed to MSNBC's Lawrence O'Donnell who said Putin may have orchestrated the Syrian gas attack so his "friend" Trump could earn praise for bombing the country's airbase.

Hannity said such a claim should cue "Twilight Zone" music.

He also noted Rep. Seth Moulton's (D-Mass.) idea that Trump used the Syria incident to "get out from under" the claims of Russian collusion in the election.

Hannity said the press has no evidence to prove their conspiracy theories nor the alleged collusion.

"They're so locked into hating Trump, they're doing everything in their power to destroy him," he said.

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