BILL O'REILLY (GUEST): Nobody remembers the Ukrainian phone call impeachment, right? Who remembers that? Nobody. I don't even think they're going to remember this. Particularly if the country goes south and President Trump will regain credibility and power if that happens because the country will say, "Uh oh, you know. Now we're all get hurt because of polices that aren't successful economically. So, who are we going to call here? You know, the guy who fixed it in the first place." So it all depends on events but I really don't even think in the history books that this political impeachment -- both of them -- are going to amount to much.
SEAN HANNITY (HOST): It's so funny because, you know, I would've thought that I'd care more about this and, to me, it's just an average day, Bill of hearing Democrats -- you called it neurosis. I've long been calling it out of control rage and psychosis.