Sean Hannity

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton (R) headed to Utah as widespread blackouts across the Lone Star State left millions without power in freezing temperatures.
The ex-president bloviated on Fox News after the New York attorney general filed a lawsuit accusing him of "astounding" fraud.
"I'm sorry... what?" the puzzled host of the "Late Show" asked.
Fox News host Sean Hannity asked the senator if someone transporting migrants from state to state could lead to an arrest.
The "Late Night" host got his wish for someone to make a "giant list" of Trump's scandals.
The Fox News personality's effort to show harassment by Democrats demonstrated something else to Trump's critics.
Jeanine Pirro and Lou Dobbs have also been questioned, and Maria Bartiromo is scheduled to be deposed next week, according to court documents.
The multimillionaire isn’t happy that his low-paid staffers will have some of their student loans forgiven under President Joe Biden’s new debt relief plan.
"We have a lot of young people that work on my TV show, they're not making a $125,000," the Fox News host said.
“Apparently Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell is content to leave them out to dry and fend for themselves," Hannity slammed on Fox News.