‘You Gotta Stop!’ Hannity Loses His Cool with Ted Cruz Over Delegates
Sean Hannity got a little frustrated with Ted Cruz during a radio interview this afternoon over his campaign’s delegate game.
Cruz said he doesn’t think most people care about this stuff. Hannity shot back by invoking his millions of followers and saying plenty of people “find this whole process confusing.”
When Cruz dismissively said only Donald Trump‘s people are complaining, Hannity kind of blew up:
“Senator, why do you do this? Every single time––no, you gotta stop! Every time I have you on the air and I ask you a legitimate question, you try to throw this in my face, I’m getting sick of it!”
Cruz testily asked, “Sean, can I answer your last question without being interrupted?”
He explained how the system works and how the “noise and complaining and whining” is only coming from Team Trump. Hannity shot back that people have serious issues and “it’s a simple question, it’s not a Trump question.”
At one point, Hannity said, “Senator, I don’t know why you’re mad.” Cruz said he’s not mad, he’s just irked that he’s asking “only about the nonsense” and not about policy.
Hannity insisted he has asked the senator about policy plenty of times and simply wants to address
Listen to the entire interview above, via The Sean Hannity Show.
[h/t The Right Scoop]
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