On Presidential Debate, Trump Mentions Howard Stern, Sean Hannity
September 27, 2016 at 3:53 AM (PT)
Somehow, the Presidential debate MONDAY night (9/26) detoured into talk radio land when DONALD TRUMP's early support of the IRAQ war -- which he denies -- caused him to refer to both HOWARD STERN and SEAN HANNITY.
In attempting to deny that he supported the war before he was against it, TRUMP first characterized his comments on STERN's show in 2002 (asked if he supported the war, he said, "Yeah, I guess so; I wish the first time it was done correctly") as a casual remark but then said that he was strongly against the war after that, including appearances with SEAN HANNITY, about which he complained, "Nobody calls SEAN HANNITY."
"Nobody calls Sean Hannity."
HANNITY has told the WASHINGTON POST that TRUMP indeed called him off the air and had arguments with the syndicated host about the war, which HANNITY says TRUMP opposed. HANNITY was recently told by FOX NEWS to stop appearing in TRUMP promotional videos through the end of the election, POLITICO has reported.