One of United States conservative political pundit, talk show host, and propagandist is Sean Hannity, he has hosted The Sean Hannity Show, a nationally syndicated talk radio show, and Hannity, a Fox News commentary program since 2009
A scene from the show of Thursday’a episode of Fox news Hannity instantly went viral on social media
On his eponymous Fox News program Thursday night, conservative talk show host Sean Hannity had an “uh oh” moment, where he thought the show had gone to a commercial break, he was caught vaping on air, the host removed the vaporizer from his mouth and turned back to the camera, exclaiming, “Oh oh.” After hannity realized his mistakes
After Hannity handed the mic over to Laura Ingraham, who mocked her colleague by acting as though she, too, had been taken off guard.
Limbaugh, the prominent political talk radio legend, died on Wednesday morning at the age of 70 after a battle with lung cancer.
The radio legend was diagnosed with Stage IV lung cancer and received the Presidential Medal of Freedom from the former President, Trump, during the State of the Union address a few days later in January 2020
Sean Hannity is married to Jill Rhodes, who was born in Alabama on August 27, 1962, and graduated from Alabama University with a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism, later on in 1991 they met, Rhodes served as an advisor and editor for Hannity’s radio and political television shows, and got married in January 1993, Rhodes and Hannity were married. Patrick and Merri Kelley are Sean and Jill’s two children.
Rhodes last employment was as an editor on Hannity’s TV show, has previously been touted as the brains behind his success.
Sean Hannity Networth is estimated to be $300 million net worth. His radio and television shows alone bring around $40 million each year.
Fox News pays him $25 million each year. In 1982, Sean started a house-painting business, and a few years later, he became a building contractor in Santa Barbara, California.
While working as a general contractor, Sean aired his first talk radio show in 1989 on KCSB-FM, a volunteer college station at UC Santa Barbara.
The show was on the air for 40 hours. “I was terrible at it. I was awful,” he stated about his first performance.