The Sean Hannity Show

The Sean Hannity Show

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Sean Hannity is a multimedia superstar, spending four hours a day every day reaching out to millions of Americans on radio, television and the Internet.

Episodes

Left Happy for Scalise Shooting? - 6.23  

Phil Montag, co-chair of the Nebraska Democratic Party's technology committee, made headlines today by saying it was a "good thing that Congressman Scalise was shot." Sean and team react to this and Hollywood's continued attacks on President Trump.

The Sean Hannity Show is live weekdays from 3 pm to 6 pm ET on iHeartRadio and Hannity.com.

Morning Minute: Stacked Deck - 6.23  

It's obvious that the liberals are targeting President Trump but has the deck ever been this stacked?

The Senate Acts - 6.22  

The Senate Republicans released their proposal for Healthcare Reform but some are stopping short of a full endorsement. Sean sits down with Congressman Mark Meadows to discuss the status of the ObamaCare repeal and just what this means for overall costs. The Sean Hannity Show is live weekdays from 3 pm to 6 pm ET on iHeartRadio and Hannity.com.

Morning Minute: Hollywood Meltdown - 6.22  

The Hollywood elite was in full force trying to make each other feel better after last night's special election loss in Georgia.

Live from DC - 6.21  

Sean is live from Washington DC. Why is he broadcasting from the nation's capital? He's not saying... so let the media speculate! Sean recaps the special elections that show the GOP is still running strong with the supporters that matter, the people. The Sean Hannity Show is live weekdays from 3 pm to 6 pm ET on iHeartRadio and Hannity.com.

On the Job - Legislator & Rancher: A split identity, with each part contributing to the whole  

A cattle rancher in rural Colorado is also a state representative. We learn about the two sides of her work life, and listen as she does chores on her ranch.

Morning Minute: The Real Russian Crime - 6.21  

The press isn't mentioning it but the real crime with Russia is not anything that Donald Trump or Michael Flynn did. Let's look at where 20% of our uranium supply went, under Hillary's guidance!

The 4th Branch of Government - 6.20  

Sean sits down with Jay Sekulow to review all of the latest controversies that have hit Washington. Sean and Jay sit down to discuss the "Deep State" which is growing into the 4th branch of government. While we believe the Obama Administration has hired many of these employees, some have been in Washington for 30 or 40 years! It's important we understand just how important the "Deep State" can be. The Sean Hannity Show is live weekdays from 3 pm to 6 pm ET on iHeartRadio and Hannity.com.

Morning Minute: What Is Art? - 6.20  

When is art not art? Sean has a line...

Democrats On The Ropes - 6.19  

Sean sits down with former House Speaker Newt Gingrich to discuss tomorrow's special election to fill the 6th Congressional District in Georgia. Jon Ossoff has a slight lead over Republican Karen Handel in most polls, though the Democrats have spent nearly $50 million on this race. If the Democrats lose this race, one they're expected to win, they'll be hard-pressed to recover from this loss. The Sean Hannity Show is live weekdays from 3 pm to 6 pm ET on iHeartRadio and Hannity.com.

Morning Minute - The President's Tapes - 6.19  

President Trump didn't have any tapes of his conversation with James Comey but certainly he played his cards well in that story....

Trump Is Not Under Investigation - 6.16  

Speaker Newt Gingrich sits down with Sean to discuss the ongoing hearings with Attorney General Jeff Sessions. If you don't think there are politics at play, take a look at the first four hires of Special Counsel Robert Mueller. Each of the first four hires is Democrat donors. After all this time, President Trump remains off the investigation list. However, the liberal media is trying everything they can to change that. The Sean Hannity Show is live weekdays from 3 pm to 6 pm ET on iHeartRadio and Hannity.com.

Morning Minute: The Police Save Lives - 6.15  

The Capitol Police displayed bravery in defending Congressmen from a crazed shooter earlier this week. Brave men and women risked their lives defending our legislators and they symbolize all that is good with this country's law enforcement agencies...

Rand Paul Recounts Shooting - 6.15  

Senator Rand Paul was one of the legislators who'd been practicing for a charity baseball game earlier this week when an active shooter fired upon the crowd. Senator Paul sits down with Sean to discuss just what happened and how brave the police staff acted. The Sean Hannity Show was live weekdays from 3 pm to 6 pm ET on iHeartRadio and Hannity.com.

Morning Minute: DC Shooter a Bernie Fan - 6.15  

The liberal left continue to politicize the tragedy in DC. It turns out the shooter was a big Bernie Sanders supporter. It also turns out that the shooter had been open about his disdain for Congressman Steve Scalise... this was a targeted assassination attempt.

Tragedy in DC - 6.14  

Sean dedicates this show to the tragedy in DC where a gunman opened fire on a Congressional baseball team practice. Congressman Steve Scalise and several staff members and law enforcement officers were wounded as a gunman fired upon the crowd of lawmakers. While the liberal left continue to politicize this issue, it was clear that the brave law enforcement officers on the field saved many lives today. Sean has the latest details... The Sean Hannity Show is live weekdays from 3 pm to 6 pm ET on iHeartRadio and Hannity.com.

On the Job - Caretaker and Friend: More Than a Job  

We meet two women, one a caretaker, the other nearly a centenarian – We learn about what it takes to make their relationship work, and how the caretaker's job is central to the older woman's independence.

Morning Minute: Senator Crocodile Tears - 6.14  

Stories coming out of this week's testimony has Senator Schumer worried about how his hair looks and if the ratings were high enough on the Sunday talk shows... is there anything better he could be doing?

Sessions Under Fire - 6.13  

Attorney General Sessions testified before the Senate today and, it's pretty obvious, that he was offended by allegations he colluded with the Russian government. Sean sits down with Newt Gingrich to discuss Sessions testimony and the best next steps for the Trump administration. The Sean Hannity Show is live weekdays from 3 pm to 6 pm ET on iHeartRadio and Hannity.com.

Morning Minute: Trump on Broadway - 6.13  

The New York Times, Delta and Bank of America have all sponsored a play for the Shakespeare in the Park series in New York. The theme depicts Donald Trump as Julius Caeser... CNN is calling it a "masterpiece" so you can imagine just how interesting it is...

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