Sean Hannity, a client of Michael Cohen's, called the raid of his office "a threat to the constitutional foundation of this country"

Sean Hannity, a client of Michael Cohen's, called the raid of his office "a threat to the constitutional foundation of this country"

Sean Hannity: "Nobody knew it was coming. That I can tell you"

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From the April 10 edition of Premiere Radio Networks' The Sean Hannity Show:

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SEAN HANNITY (HOST): Use any term you want, they are trying to get rid of Donald Trump, and if they can get information -- again, this went from Mueller supposedly finding something related to Michael Cohen, goes to [Deputy Attorney General] Rod Rosenstein, Rosenstein knows this'll further taint the investigation, so they partner up with the Southern District of New York, one of the most aggressive districts in the entire country, and they do this early morning raid on his home, his office, and his hotel room. And nobody knew it was coming. That I can tell you. Not unlike the way they showboated in the Paul Manafort case. 

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How many times has nothing occurred? How many times has Hillary gotten a free pass by these very same people? The whole justice system is now tainted. It's now corrupt. And this represents a threat to the constitutional foundation of this country, which is law and order, equal justice under the law, equal application of the law. All of which is not happening here.

Related:

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Previously:

Report: Sean Hannity hired Michael Cohen to defend him against Media Matters advertiser boycott

Sean Hannity downplays FBI raid of Trump attorney Michael Cohen's office as a "fishing expedition"

Sean Hannity: "Mueller and Rosenstein have declared what is a legal war on the president"

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Justice & Civil Liberties
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Premiere Radio Networks
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Sean Hannity, Michael Cohen
Show/Publication
The Sean Hannity Show
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Trump / Russia
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