It’s hard to believe that 2017 could possibly get any better than 2016 for top Fox News correspondent Sean Hannity. In 2016, Hannity proved his journalistic instincts by becoming an early supporter of Donald Trump’s Presidential candidacy, and was instrumental in getting the word out for Trump.
Sean Hannity also rocketed to the top of the ratings in all of cable news, and burnished his credentials as one of Fox News’ brightest talents. However, nothing could prepare Hannity for the coup that Hannity just landed. It’s the interview that may well define Sean Hannity’s whole broadcast career.
It was just revealed that Sean Hannity will be interviewing WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, who took a strong stand for Republican Donald Trump in revealing the truth about corrupt Hillary Clinton’s many crimes and other wrongdoings.
The interview will be in person with Assange at the Ecuadorian embassy in London where Assange is staying to avoid getting arrested by liberals who are trying to frame him. Assange adamantly opposes the intelligence community’s assertion that the source of their leaks is Russian hackers.
Explained Assange in a previous interview, “Our source is not the Russian government. It has not come from a state party. We’re unhappy that we felt that we needed to even say that it wasn’t a state party. Normally, we say nothing at all. In order to prevent a distraction attack against our publications, we’ve had to come out and say, ‘No, it’s not a state party. Stop trying to distract in that way and pay attention to the content of the publication.’” Are you proud of Hannity for scoring this incredible in-person interview?