Sean Hannity has been one of Donald Trump’s most loyal supporters.
The top-rated talk show host constantly fights back against the Deep State and the Fake News Media’s attempts to stage a coup against Donald Trump.
But Sean Hannity went on the air and admitted one reality that had all hell breaking loose.
On Thursday White House acting chief of staff Mick Mulvaney staged a 40-minute press conference in the White House briefing room.
During an exchange with reporters, Mulvaney claimed the Trump administration withheld military aid to Ukraine in exchange for Ukraine assisting in investigations into the 2016 election and possible foreign meddling.
In one brief moment, Mulvaney gave the Fake News Media the so-called “evidence” that there was a quid pro quo with Ukraine.
Mulvaney later walked back his comments, but the damage was done.
And on his radio show, Sean Hannity called Mulvaney “dumb” and said all anyone had to do to establish that there was no quid pro quo was look at the transcript of the call between Donald Trump and the Ukrainian President.
The Hill reports:
Fox News host Sean Hannity on Thursday knocked White House acting chief of staff Mick Mulvaney as “dumb” and “idiotic” after he indicated the Trump administration held up military aid to Ukraine in efforts to urge the country to investigate a conspiracy theory related to interference in the 2016 election.
“What is Mulvaney even talking about? I just think he’s dumb, I really do. I don’t even think he knows what he’s talking about. That’s my take on it,” Hannity said during his radio show.
Hannity added that the transcript of President Trump’s call with Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelensky — which, in part, has spurred House Democrats’ impeachment inquiry over the president’s contacts with Ukraine and efforts to encourage the country to investigate former Vice President Joe Biden — exonerates Trump.
“This is why, I think, some of these people are so stupid. Read the transcript,” he said. “We don’t need a non-whistleblower whistleblower. You don’t need a chief of staff’s idiotic interpretation of things when the president and the president of Ukraine and everybody else can read it all themselves. That’s what’s amazing.”
Mulvaney later said the Fake News Media lied about what he said and that there never was any quid pro quo.
But his confusing comments contradicted the President and all the available witness testimony that there was no quid pro quo.
Mulvaney clearly had no idea what he was talking about and served the President poorly.
We will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.