President Trump Tells Hannity his Final Midterm Message for America

President Trump Tells Hannity his Final Midterm Message for America

President Trump Tells Hannity his Final Midterm Message for America

In addition to his conversation with Pelosi, Trump called Republican Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, Republican House Speaker Paul Ryan and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, as well as a number of candidates he backed during the race, the White House said.

And to add insult to injury, Hannity referred to media in the room - including Fox News employees - as "fake news".

After Hannity spoke, Jeanine Pirro, another Fox News personality, joined the president on stage.

"Trump promised and Trump delivered", Ingraham said, pointing to record low unemployment figures, a new trade deal, soaring consumer confidence, and other indicators demonstrating that American's economic engine, driven by the Trump train, is moving the country forward - full steam ahead. Promises Kept. ... He pulled out us out of the job-killing Paris Accords: Promises made. I mean, it's really great.

"In all fairness, Nancy Pelosi deserves to be chosen Speaker of the House by the Democrats", Trump tweeted.

The network called Hannitys appearance at the event in Cape Girardeau, Missouri, an "unfortunate distraction" and said it had been addressed.

"To be clear, I was not referring to my journalist colleagues at FOX News in those remarks".

"If you like the America" that Trump is making, she said, "you've got to make sure you get out there tomorrow if you haven't voted yet".

And here the message was illustrated with a photograph of Schiff with his eyes bugging out and the words "Shifty Schiff" on the screen.

"They will be investigating Trump", Hannity added.

Shiff, Waters, Chuck Schumer, Hillary Clinton, Nancy Pelosi and Barack Obama were the names he used to scare the audience about what would happen if the Democrats won the House Tuesday. The president, in an earlier tweet, weighed in on the midterm results, overlooking the Democratic pickups in the House and writing: "Tremendous success tonight".

Hannity, whose primetime show did not air due to the election, sat things out just hours after his employer released a terse statement in response to the host's choice to speak at a rally in support of President Trump. "Doctor? Please. Thank you".

In addition, the last few months of Trump's administration have seen tragedy and terror at the hands of a crazed mail bomber and a synagogue shooter in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania - events that may be fresh in voters' minds as they go to the polls on Tuesday. "There's an electricity that feels like 2016".

"Fox's admitted lack of control is only reinforced by the absence of sanction here", Carusone said.

That's how it works with a right-wing messaging machine run out of the White House.

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