President Trump Tweets Four Clips From Thursday Night's "Hannity," Three From Lou Dobbs

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Last night and this morning, President Donald Trump tweeted out clips of almost every segment from Thursday's edition of FOX News Channel's "Sean Hannity Show" and three shorter clips from that night's edition of "Lou Dobbs Tonight" on the FOX Business Network. Before the show aired, Trump teased a "GREAT and very accurate show."

First, he shared a clip from Sean Hannity's opening monologue where said that even if President Trump "cured cancer" the mainstream media would find a way to hate him:





Next, Trump shared a clip from a segment featuring Reps. Devin Nunes and Jim Jordan decrying a "Trump impeachment frenzy." "It's unhinged, it's just unhinged," Rep. Devin Nunes said about the latest accusations against the president. "And it needs to stop. We look forward to this whole whistleblower coming in to testify. This is going to be really interesting as we start to get to the bottom of and peel back the onion. I think what you're going to find again, the same people who were behind the Russia hoax are behind the Ukraine hoax."



Minutes later, Trump shared a segment featuring attorney Joe DiGenova, who explained that accusations about former VP Joe Biden and his son's business relations in Ukraine are accurate:


Then Trump shared a clip of a very animated Mark Levin breaking down his perspective on Thursday's hearing. "When it comes to Trump the Democrats and media are like drug addicts looking for their next fix," Levin said.


On Friday morning, the president tweeted three clips from FOX Business Network's "Lou Dobbs Tonight," starting with this clip of Rep. Mark Meadows:


Next came this clip of Rep. Andy Biggs saying that the accusations involving Ukraine are a continuation of the "coup" that was the Russia investigation:


Finally was this clip of Rep. Doug Collins saying Rep. Adam Schiff is "outright lying" and "deceiving the public."

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