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Hannity calls out Trump in interview

Sean Hannity has been known as one of Trump’s biggest supporters during both the election process and Trump’s tenure as President. However, he decided to air what he deems as Trump’s biggest flaw, and it may come as a surprise to you.


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Hannity Names What He Considers Trump’s Biggest Flaw

Fox News host Sean Hannity, a staunch supporter of President Donald Trump, has pointed to one area in which he feels Trump has a problem.

In an interview published Monday, talk show host Hugh Hewitt sat down with Hannity at the annual National Religious Broadcasters Association convention to discuss a myriad of topics.

Eventually, the subject of Trump came up in the interview.

Hewitt asked Hannity, “So I’ve got to ask you about the president. … What do you like about him the most? What do you like about him the least? No one ever asks, no one’s perfect, right? So what’s the best and what’s the worst of President Trump, Sean Hannity?”

As for what he liked the least, Hannity answered, “… maybe he shouldn’t tweet out every thought he has.”

He then added, “Maybe he’s a little too sensitive at times, I think.”

However, Hannity continued to show his support for the president, praising him for standing firm in his convictions.

“Other politicians … they’ll say anything to get elected. He just stuck to what he believed in.”

Hannity also remarked that Trump was “fearless,” adding, “That fearlessness made him the president of the United States.”

As an adviser for Trump during his campaign, Hannity recalled cautioning him, on occasion, saying, “Oh, no, no, you can’t do that.”

To which Trump would reply, “Why? It’s true, I believe it, I’m going to be honest with the American people, I’m going to say it, and regardless of the consequences.”

Before ending the interview, Hewitt admitted to campaigning and voting for Trump in the election.

He commented, “I just have my problems. It’s an up-and-down thing …”

“When he does a good thing,” Hewitt told Hannity, “I’m going to say yeah. When he does a bad thing, I’m going to say nay, and I hope that the good’s a lot more often than the bad. And thus far, it has been.”

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