Sean Hannity shed light on President Biden’s recent round of crises in Friday’s opening monologue of “Hannity.”
White House Chief of Staff Ron Klain on Thursday attempted to clarify Biden’s “minor invasion” comment on a Russian invasion of Ukraine. Klain said he was “very clear”.
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“He wasn’t clear,” Hannity replied. “He spoke of a small robbery. Stop lying to us.
“The American people are intelligent,” he continued. “And as usual, Biden creates a crisis, and then the White House pretends it’s not a crisis. And we go in circles and in circles.”
“Over the past 48 hours, several White House officials have attempted to clean up these comments and Joey’s mess,” Hannity said.
“It’s so bad that Joe doesn’t even appear to be allowed to answer questions about the looming conflict in Ukraine that he’s seemingly given the green light,” he added.
Time magazine featured the president on its upcoming cover to commemorate his first year in office. The cover shows a “dark cloud” raining down on him in the Oval Office, Hannity said.
“Really, it hangs over the land,” he added. “Remember the guy [who] promised to shut down COVID-19, rebuild our economy, restore diplomacy and respect around the world?”
The host noted the spread of COVID-19, thanks to 40 years of high inflation and a “rather imminent” Russia-Ukraine war [Biden] and its green light.”
On Friday in The View, White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki suggested to those who are “frustrated, sad, angry, pissed off” that they “feel those emotions, go to a kickboxing class, have a margarita, everything.” to do what you have to do this weekend…”
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“You’re going to need a lot of margaritas,” Hannity said. “… [W]We’re going to be drinking margaritas all weekend and pretending it wasn’t a disastrous week.”