Speaking during his opening monologue on ‘Hannity’ Wednesday night, Sean weighed-in on the media’s overhyped Michael Cohen audio tape; saying the recording reveals no new information and is totally insignificant.
“We’ll start with the one secret audio recording heard around newsrooms all around the country. A private conversation between Michael Cohen and his client Donald Trump. Despite all the breathlessness in the reporting, the tape is ambiguous and reveals no new information,” said Hannity.
“The contents of that tape provide literally no new information, zero significance here. This is something that occurs every single day in every company in the country. Crisis management. In this case, it’s the Trump organization,” he added.
“Over at the destroy-Trump media, this was once again a daily, earth-shattering scandal that’s going to take down the President,” said Sean.
Watch Hannity’s opening monologue above.
A NEW LOW: Left-Wing Congressman Uses BARRON TRUMP to SMEAR the President
Liberal Congressman Steve Cohen used the President’s youngest son to viciously attack the Commander-in-Chief over the weekend, accusing Trump of neglecting Barron and spending his time on the golf course; bizarrely adding “He will start a war!”
Cohen smeared the President on twitter New Year’s Eve, saying reporters never “see him with Barron,” adding that “you’d think he’d be golfing with Dad occasionally, but narcissists only engage in activities where they are the show.”
“He golfs when he could be reading or be in church or be with his family. Never see him with Barron. You’d think he’d be golfing with Dad occasionally but narcissists only engage in activities where they are the show. No movies, sports viewing either just Fox! He will start a war!” tweeted the left-wing legislator.
He golfs when he could be reading or be in church or be with his family. Never see him with Barron. You’d think he’d be golfing with Dad occasionally but narcissists only engage in activities where they are the show. No movies, sports viewing either just Fox! He will start a war! https://t.co/RFuJksiQyk
— Steve Cohen (@RepCohen) December 31, 2017
Cohen’s comments immediately came under fire from both liberals and conservatives, warning the lawmaker that “kids are off limits.”
“You went after a child in a tweet?? What on earth is WRONG with you? Disgraceful and disgusting,” wrote one user.
You went after a child in a tweet?? What on earth is WRONG with you? Disgraceful and disgusting.
— MerryCatimas2019 (@pinkacreisnuts) January 2, 2018
LIBERAL AMNESIA: Media SLAMS Trump’s CALL to Putin, Forgets Obama Did the SAME THING
The mainstream media’s anti-Trump obsession was on full-display Tuesday; with multiple networks slamming the President for calling Vladimir Putin to congratulate him on his re-election; totally ignoring the fact that Barack Obama did the same thing in 2012.
The President confirmed this week that he placed a private phone call to Russian President Vladimir Putin hours after his landslide election; sparking outrage from liberal lawmakers and the destroy-Trump press.
Both Trump and Kim Jong Un have now congratulated Putin on his election win.
— Zachary Cohen (@ZcohenCNN) March 20, 2018
the Kremlin put out its summary of Putin's phone call with Trump before the White House did, saying that Trump congratulated Putin on winning his authoritarian "election" https://t.co/78Zu04qRz6
— Edward-Isaac Dovere (@IsaacDovere) March 20, 2018
Putin's running an authoritarian regime. Trump just congratulated him on his "re-election." https://t.co/uAiBDEcNER
— Ruben Gallego (@RepRubenGallego) March 20, 2018
The outrage was quickly overshadowed on social media when users pointed out the blatant hypocrisy; noting former President Barack Obama called Putin following his election in 2012.
“President Obama called Russian President-elect and Prime Minister Putin to congratulate him on his recent victory in the Russian Presidential election,” said a statement from Obama’s White House in March 2012.
“President Obama and President-Elect Putin agreed that the successful reset in relations should be built upon during the coming years,” it added.
h/t Daily Caller