Hannity: Schumer and Pelosi Can't be Trusted

posted by Hannity Staff - 2.18.17

Speaking during his opening monologue on ‘Hannity’ last week, Sean warned President Trump that prominent democratic lawmakers would “stab him in the back” over a bipartisan DACA deal, adding that the President needs to keep his promise and build the wall or pay the price in 2018.

“A colossal failure by Congressional Republicans to govern and pass the President’s agenda and keep their promises, it’s now forcing President Trump to seek out alternative ways to get things done,” said Sean. “What you’re watching unfold here is the failure that has literally pushed this President into the arms of Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi.”

“Republicans in the House and Senate have zero sense of urgency, no sense of accountability, and even after promising for years and years they would deliver for you, the American people, they have not,” he added.

“With Republican lawmakers not in his corner, the President has few options. He can either wait around for Republicans to get their act together or he can forge ahead on his own- and that means even reaching out to Democrats,” Hannity said.

“Schumer and Pelosi, they only care about scoring cheap political points. Why? Because they want to gain seats in 2018,” he warned. “As soon as it doesn’t serve them politically, I can promise you […] they’re going to turn around and stab the President in the back.”

“Let me be clear, if the wall is not constructed the President risks losing his entire base. It’s not a matter of “if,” the base will leave. It’s that simple,” said Sean. “President Trump needs to keep pushing for the border wall and the funding, and he promised you the American people over and over again that he would get that built.”

Watch Sean’s opening monologue above.

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