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Hannity fires back at Shepard Smith: ‘Uh, I break news too’

(National SentinelCorrection: Two Fox News personalities clashed somewhat on Thursday, with one accusing the other of engaging strictly in “opinion” on his program.

In an interview with Time magazine, Smith, who anchors the network’s prime-time straight news broadcast, said that some of his network’s programming is strictly for “entertainment.”

“Some of our opinion programming is there strictly to be entertaining,” Smith said in a piece titled, “Shep Smith Has the Hardest Job on Fox News.”

As noted by The Hill:

“We serve different masters,” Smith, 54, continued when discussing the difference between the opinion side of Fox News, including shows such as “The Sean Hannity Show,” and the network’s news division. “We work for different reporting chains, we have different rules. They don’t really have rules on the opinion side. They can say whatever they want. If it’s their opinion.”

Smith, whose interview comes as the network announced he has just signed a new multi-year contract, was lambasted by Hannity, who corrected his colleague about the kind of programming he does.

“While Shep is a friend with political views I do not share, and great at breaking news, he is clueless about what we do every day. Hannity breaks news daily-Warrant on a Trump assoc, the unmasking scandal, leaking intel, Fisa abuse, HRC lawbreaking, dossier and more REAL NEWS! 9p” Hannity tweeted.

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2 Comments on Hannity fires back at Shepard Smith: ‘Uh, I break news too’

  1. Smith is an arrogant s.o.b. who parades around as if he is ‘cock of the walk.’ All you have to do is tune in for 2-3 minutes of his ‘straight’ news, to realize that he’s an unapologetic dim who slants the news in favor of the globalists in every instance. I stopped watching his show years ago – he gives me indigestion….

    • I have to agree that Smith is no more than a dim-dem perpetually looking for liberal favors and glamor. Personally, I dumped him during the hurricane Katrina devastation of Louisiana where all sorts of folks were left in ruins– white, black, asian, hispanic, and everyone else in-between. Smith was filmed live covering the disaster and zoomed in on a small crowd of black folks trying to make their way to safety and refuge. He pointedly had the camera zoom in on them and said (para), “Look at these poor African Americans who need help right now and aren’t getting it.” Yes he did say that on national tv and as a way to divide and malign race relations—and in a time of disaster and crisis—as though that small crowd of people, no matter their color or race, were the only ones struggling to survive. At that point I saw that Smith wasn’t worth wasting any amount of time on.

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