Sean Hannity said federal prosecutors treated notorious former Gambino underboss Sammy "The Bull" Gravano much better than they are treating Trump associates Paul Manafort, Dr. Jerome Corsi, Gen. Michael Flynn, George Papadopoulos and Roger Stone.

Hannity said special counsel Robert Mueller is conducting a "concerted effort to turn the screws on whoever" is in support of Trump.

He said Flynn's life is "ruined," Papadopoulos will forever have a felony on his record and Manafort and Corsi could spend the rest of their lives in prison because they will not be coerced into "testi-lying."

Hannity said that on the other hand, Gravano, who he said confessed to at least 19 murders, was given little jail time and was put in the witness protection program and was living in Arizona.

The lax sentence, Hannity said, was handed down after Gravano testified against mobster John Gotti.

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Gravano, however, served 15 years in prison on separate charges connected to his role in a large drug ring.

Hannity said Americans should be cautious and nervous if they "are not a notorious gangster, and [instead] a Trump ally."

"Deep state bureaucrats, they get away scot-free [too]," he said, alleging that Clinton aides Cheryl Mills and Huma Abedin lied during the email scandal investigation.

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