This was how Sean Hannity responded on Twitter after he was told he was bad for America


During an interview with veteran and well-respected newsman Ted Koppel, Fox News personality Sean Hannity, one of the biggest stars in conservative media who seems to have the ear of President Donald Trump, was told by Koppel that heis bad for America. Hannity didn’t take it very well, and he later railed on Twitter about it.

In a piece for CBS Sunday Morning that discussed and dissected the polarization of America, Koppel sat down with Hannity for an interview. As Hannity said he believed Americans could distinguish between a news show and an opinion show, Koppel showed skepticism at that theory. Here was the following exchange in which Koppel says Hannitywho preaches to 2.9 million viewers a nightis bad for America, a view Hannity calls sad.

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Ted Koppel Tells Sean Hannity, To His Face, That Hes Bad For …

Ted Koppel just told Sean Hannity hes bad for America

Posted by on Sunday, March 26, 2017

Clearly, Hannity wasnt a fan of the way that interview landed and the way it was received. Later on Sunday, he began tweeting that the discussion was edited unfairly. And then, building on the “fake news” movement Trump has led since he took office, Hannity delivered thenewest version of the term: Hannity repeatedly called the interview fake ‘edited’ news.

Hannity, though, is no stranger to accusations of deceptive editing.

Heres Koppels entire piece, including an interview with White House Press Secretary Sean Spicerand New York Times Executive Editor Dean Baquet, which CBS ran on Sunday.

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