Schultz scolded Hannity for his coverage of the Cliven Bundy situation, suggesting Hannity is attempting to cheerlead for anti-government rebellion. Hannity said he’s “not ashamed of our coverage” and “not one thing that Ed Schultz said was true.” He played a montage of Schultz’s craziest and angriest moments and said, “I might be ashamed of having this man work for me.”
Hannity also took on Sharpton for a supposed financial conflict of interest with tea party groups. Rather than take on Sharpton’s actual argument, Hannity decided to show a montage of Sharpton’s angrier moments and wondering how Tom Brokaw and Matt Lauer feel about him being part of the NBC family.
Watch the video below, via Fox News:
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