Sean Hannity observed in Thursday’s performance that Thursday marked the first day of President Biden’s presidency and that the 78-year-old is “already begging for a rest.”
Biden quickly fired an Associated Press reporter because he tried to question his previously announced goal of vaccinating 100 million Americans within the first 100 days of his tenure. Reporter Zeke Miller asked whether the threshold should be set “higher” to encourage more Americans to vaccinate.
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The president seemed to smirk the question and replied: “When I announced this news, all of you said it was impossible. Please, give me a temporary worker.”
“Hannity” the host said: “Obviously, there is only one serious issue from the reporter that makes him difficult to deal with.” “Yes, the new president gave us his first official official,’Come on, man.'”
Hannity also discussed the impeachment of former President Donald Trump, urging Biden to cancel the trial and supporting his repeated calls for unity.
Hannity said: “At this point, the trial has absolutely no purpose, it just exacerbates the tension in this country. This is a swamp, the situation is the worst.”
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“The country should make a request tonight, Mr. Unity, Mr. Frank, the weak, Joe, who is struggling with cognition. I know this is beyond your bedtime. Maybe you will consider standing up in your party against it. Radicalism, and end this carnival. Now.
Hannedy concluded: “I doubt that will happen.” “Joe and his fellow Democrats don’t seem to care about unity. They just want revenge.”