On Monday, during the opening monologue of his show, Fox News host Sean Hannity accidentally referred to Hillary Clinton as “President Clinton.” This happened on the same day first indictments were issued for the Russia scandal.
As Hannity was talking about the Uranium One deal, he stated, “This is what the media will ignore. This is what matters. These are the facts. This is where the evidence comes in.” He continued, “What did Hil―. What did President Clinton. Or President Clinton wannabe. President Obama and key members of the administration ― what did they know about the Uranium One scandal?”
According to Hannity, the Uranium One deal is more important than the charges that were filed against Paul Manafort, Trump’s former campaign head.
The Uranium One deal happened back in 2010 when a Russian state-controlled company bought the company. When the deal was made, Hillary Clinton was a Secretary of State in the Obama administration.
Last week, Senate Judiciary Committee announced they opened up an investigation into the deal.
Here are some reactions to those who caught the mistake:
Sean Hannity just called Hillary “President Clinton”…
It’s okay Sean…
She is the popular choice.
— Tony Posnanski (@tonyposnanski) October 31, 2017
Remarkable to see Sean Hannity fly into such a tizzy that he called HRC President Clinton. Probably the only truthful thing he’s ever said.
— AntiNarcopathyPharmD (@narceducator) October 31, 2017
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Sean Hannity just called Hillary “President Clinton” — if he’s privy to some info we’re not, I’m open to it.
— Sarah Wood (@sarahwoodwriter) October 31, 2017
Sean Hannity slipped and called Hillary “President Clinton” – while brief, and only two words, he spoke the truth, while otherwise lying.
— Adam Parkhomenko (@AdamParkhomenko) October 31, 2017
— Candy Kirby (@candykirby) October 31, 2017
You can watch the video below:
Here’s Hannity saying President Clinton pic.twitter.com/XIiEcIiflU
— Dusty (@DustinGiebel) October 31, 2017
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