SEAN HANNITY (HOST): Let's say the president thought for a minute, “You know what, I'm going to kill that person. I'm going to kill that idiot." Uh-oh. You speak and you say, “I'm going to kill that person." Do you kill them? No. You're not guilty of murder. What are we now going to -- are thoughts crimes now according to this new politically correct world we live in?
And if they want -- I am so against this idea that the Senate take on the constitutional role of the House. But I guess there's going to be some weak Senate Republicans. Maybe some of you would want to call them. You know who they are. And maybe say, “It's not your role constitutionally to do their job."
Now they're acting like this is a big bombshell, Bolton's book. OK. The problem is it's a New York Times story. How often did this New York Times get things wrong?