Yep, he called Hillary Clinton the President on air.
On the day a federal grand jury indicted three members of the Trump campaign, a sombre Hannity opened his show railing against the "unequal justice" and questioned the probity of Robert Mueller and his special counsel investigation. It runs through her bid for president, why she believes Trump won and how she felt afterward.
"This is what the media will ignore, this is what matters, these are the facts, this is where the evidence comes in", Hannity said. Trump last week, once again, mentioned the uranium deal. Trump's press secretary earlier criticized Clinton for "propping up book sales with false and reckless attacks".
In response, the former secretary of state let out a cackle, but she didn't say she meant to go as a witch.
Watch the freakish, rambling monologue below, via Fox News.
She says social media platforms, such as Facebook and Twitter, must disclose more about where content comes from, and that President Trump should enforce Congressionally-backed sanctions against Russian Federation.