Hannity: “I am the only one that is as strongly supportive of the president, of anyone else at Fox”

From the August 3 edition of Premiere Radio Networks' The Sean Hannity Show:

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RICK UNGAR: Didn't we talk about this last week, are you doing this every day?

SEAN HANNITY (HOST): No, I never talked about this -- I am making a point that the news media is abusively biased, and fixated only on palace intrigue and Russia, and they are doing a disservice to the American people.

UNGAR: Does that include Fox News?

HANNITY: Fox News is the only -- listen, you know, people write me all the time about this host, and that host, and this host, and that host -- we have a lot of liberals on the air, a lot. A lot of people that disagree with me on the air, and you know, because you've been there.

UNGAR: Yes. No, I'm just asking [unintelligible] in the media. 

HANNITY: You know, I am like the -- I am -- I am the only one that is as strongly supportive of the president, of anyone else at Fox. I think that's a fair statement. There are a couple of others --

UNGAR: That's a fair statement.

HANNITY: OK, so, is that a fair statement, Jonathan?

JONATHAN GILLAM: I absolutely -- yeah, I absolutely believe that.

UNGAR: I mean, I think they're supportive, but nobody as much as you.

HANNITY: OK, but have you ever watched the news people? Have you watched Bret's panel? Have you watched The [Fox News] Specialists? Have you watched The Five? Have you watched any of these other shows, that, you know -- Bret Baier is fair, and we have others -- Martha is fair, but the rest of these programs, I mean, you have liberals and conservatives.


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