Sean Hannity reacted to the firing of FBI Director James Comey in his Opening Monologue.

He said Comey was lucky that Trump allowed him to stay on as director as long as he had.

Hannity called Comey a "national embarrassment" for his handling of the Clinton email investigation.

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"At every single turn, the FBI director disrespected the Constitution," he said. "Comey has failed you, the American people, on a spectacular level."

He said Comey oversaw a "two-tiered" justice system that placed the Clinton family on one level and everyone else on another.

"[He] should be ashamed of himself," Hannity said, adding that Comey has no respect for the equal application of the rule of law.

Watch the full monologue above.

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