SEAN HANNITY (HOST): They didn't call the witnesses that they're now demanding to be called. They have the sole power to impeach. They think the U.S. Senate now should spend months doing their constitutional job, what they have the sole power to do. They want the so-called evidence entered into the record. They want all new witnesses, they didn't call witnesses, they failed to subpoena, brought before the Senate. The Senate should do their job. They want special treatment. That's not how it works. We have a Constitution. In it, it is very clear. “The House of Representatives … shall have the sole power of impeachment.” Not the Senate. The House. They impeached it. They impeached the president. “The Senate shall have the sole power to try all impeachments.” That doesn't say anything about impeaching, or investigating, or doing the House's job, or, well, making a mess out of the garbage that they presented to the Senate.