Samantha Bee Asks “Is Sean Hannity A Serial Killer?”

“Is Sean Hannity a serial killer? Samantha Bee asked on Full Frontal, as  a screen behind her flashed:  “Is Sean Hannity A Serial Killer? A Totally Real, Very Serious, Full Frontal Investigation.”
Normally, she said, she is not a fan …

“Is Sean Hannity a serial killer? Samantha Bee asked on Full Frontal, as  a screen behind her flashed:  “Is Sean Hannity A Serial Killer? A Totally Real, Very Serious, Full Frontal Investigation.” Normally, she said, she is not a fan of throwing together "a bunch of scary buzz words and out of context clips to support an outrageous conclusion" "But, you know who does that all the time? Sean Hannity!" she said, describing his Fox News Channel show as an "hour long list of…

Trump Attorney Michael Cohen Drops Libel Suits Against BuzzFeed Over Dossier Publication

Michael Cohen, Donald Trump’s embattled attorney, has dropped two libel suits he had pursued against BuzzFeed over the website’s publication of the so-called dossier that allegedly contains damning details about President Donald Trump.
The move came late Wednesday and was first reported in Politico. Cohen has been scrambling to recover files and documents seized in federal raids of his home, office and hotel room last week.
BuzzFeed’s decision to publish the dossier…

Michael Cohen, Donald Trump’s embattled attorney, has dropped two libel suits he had pursued against BuzzFeed over the website’s publication of the so-called dossier that allegedly contains damning details about President Donald Trump. The move came late Wednesday and was first reported in Politico. Cohen has been scrambling to recover files and documents seized in federal raids of his home, office and hotel room last week. BuzzFeed’s decision to publish the dossier…

Michael Cohen Withdraws Libel Suits Against BuzzFeed, Fusion GPS

Michael Cohen has withdrawn his libel suit against BuzzFeed and Fusion GPS, a lawyer for the Trump attorney revealed on Thursday.

“The decision to voluntarily discontinue these cases was a difficult one,” Cohen attorney David Schwartz told Politico Thursday, which reported the news. “We believe the defendants defamed my client, and vindicating Mr. Cohen’s rights was — and still remains — important. But given the events that have unfolded, and the time, attention, and resources needed to prosecute these matters, we have dismissed the matters, despite their merits.”

Schwartz did not immediately respond to request for comment from TheWrap.

Also Read: Fox News ‘Surprised’ by Hannity’s Ties to Trump’s Lawyer, Stands by Him Anyway

The longtime Trump fixer had been suing both companies for their role in the now legendary dossier compiled by ex-British intelligence agent Christopher Steele. The dossier — which was paid for by Fusion and published by BuzzFeed — is the origin of the so-called “pee tape” and rumors that the president had a urine-filled encounter with prostitutes in a Moscow hotel room in 2013.

In a statement to TheWrap, BuzzFeed defended its decision to publish the dossier.

“The lawsuits against BuzzFeed over the Steele dossier have never been about the merits of our decision to publish it. If there’s one thing Democrats and Republicans agree on today, it’s that the dossier was an important part of the government’s investigation into potential collusion between the Trump Campaign and Russia,” said BuzzFlack Matt Mittenthal.

Also Read: ‘Morning Joe’ Feels Sorry for ‘Good Guy’ Michael Cohen: ‘Very Gentle’ (Video)

“Its interest to the public is, and always has been, obvious. Today’s news suggests that Donald Trump’s personal lawyer no longer thinks an attack on the free press is worth his time.”

Cohen’s decision comes as his own legal troubles mount. Last week, his offices and personal apartment were raided by the FBI and this week it was revealed that — in addition to Trump — Cohen had some legal relationship with Fox News host Sean Hannity.

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Michael Cohen has withdrawn his libel suit against BuzzFeed and Fusion GPS, a lawyer for the Trump attorney revealed on Thursday.

“The decision to voluntarily discontinue these cases was a difficult one,” Cohen attorney David Schwartz told Politico Thursday, which reported the news. “We believe the defendants defamed my client, and vindicating Mr. Cohen’s rights was — and still remains — important. But given the events that have unfolded, and the time, attention, and resources needed to prosecute these matters, we have dismissed the matters, despite their merits.”

Schwartz did not immediately respond to request for comment from TheWrap.

The longtime Trump fixer had been suing both companies for their role in the now legendary dossier compiled by ex-British intelligence agent Christopher Steele. The dossier — which was paid for by Fusion and published by BuzzFeed — is the origin of the so-called “pee tape” and rumors that the president had a urine-filled encounter with prostitutes in a Moscow hotel room in 2013.

In a statement to TheWrap, BuzzFeed defended its decision to publish the dossier.

“The lawsuits against BuzzFeed over the Steele dossier have never been about the merits of our decision to publish it. If there’s one thing Democrats and Republicans agree on today, it’s that the dossier was an important part of the government’s investigation into potential collusion between the Trump Campaign and Russia,” said BuzzFlack Matt Mittenthal.

“Its interest to the public is, and always has been, obvious. Today’s news suggests that Donald Trump’s personal lawyer no longer thinks an attack on the free press is worth his time.”

Cohen’s decision comes as his own legal troubles mount. Last week, his offices and personal apartment were raided by the FBI and this week it was revealed that — in addition to Trump — Cohen had some legal relationship with Fox News host Sean Hannity.

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Fox News Employees Split Over Sean Hannity Disclosure: ‘I’m F-ing Livid’ to ‘It’s a Nothing Burger’

Fox News employees are divided over the news that Sean Hannity had been named as a client of Donald Trump personal attorney Michael Cohen even as the primetime star downplayed the nature of their professional connection — with one staffer calling the story “a nothing burger” and another suggesting the host may have violated company guidelines.

“I’m f—ing livid,” one senior channel staffer told TheWrap Wednesday over Hannity’s failure to disclose the relationship in his on-air discussions about Cohen, who has been at the center of many a news story in recent months. The staffer also voiced disappointment that the network has not sent any communication to employees over the issue.

“We’re left to reading press reports to find out what’s going on, what the company knew about this potential conflict of interest and what it is doing to investigate Sean Hannity’s public claims,” the staffer said.

Also Read: That Time Hannity Torched George Stephanopoulos for Not Disclosing a Clinton Foundation Donation

The same individual also said Hannity’s conduct appeared to be in violation of acceptable behavior found within Fox News employee handbook, which reads in part:

“Conflicts between your private interests and the legitimate business interests of this Company generally arise when your personal interests or affiliations run counter to your responsibilities at work … You should not improperly use your position or resources of the Company in order to benefit yourself, your relatives, your friends or other businesses.”

Both Fox News and 21st Century Fox did not immediately respond to inquiries over whether Hannity had run afoul of company rules.

Other Fox News employees met the Hannity disclosure with a shrug. “Do I care personally? F— no,” one on-air talent told TheWrap. “Sean Hannity is still the No. 1 player in all of Fox shows. This isn’t such an egregious act that he would be fired. He’s not a journalist.”

“If this was something really serious, if they go in and find out something else — if there was a payment or something salacious or borderline illegal — I think that’s when it becomes a very, very big deal,” the individual added.

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“A lot of the talk in the newsroom was kind of like poking fun at CNN’s complete obsession [with the story],” a third network staffer told TheWrap, adding that Fox News overseer Rupert Murdoch seemed unlikely to discipline its top star especially with another primetime host, Laura Ingraham, enduring an advertiser boycott over a tweet about high school anti-gun-violence activist David Hogg.

“There was talk that [Rupert] Murdoch didn’t like the way the Laura Ingraham situation was handled,” the staffer said. “Murdoch likes to be tough. When I heard that, I assumed Hannity was going to get a pass.”

On Tuesday, Fox News issued a statement that the company had been “surprised” by Hannity’s “informal relationship” with Cohen but that “he continues to have our full support.”

Also Read: Alan Dershowitz Chides Sean Hannity to His Face Over Michael Cohen Connection (Video)

Still, Hannity has faced heat from some colleagues, including network analyst Alan Dershowitz, who handed Hannity a public rebuke on his Hannity’s own show Monday evening.

“I do want to say that I really think that you should have disclosed your relationship with Cohen when you talked about him on this show,” the Harvard law professor chided. “You could have said just that you had asked him for advice or whatever, but I think it would have been much, much better had you disclosed that relationship.”

Cohen has served as Donald Trump’s attorney fixer for a decade and according to the disclosure in federal court Monday also represented two other clients, Sean Hannity and former Republican National Committee Finance Chairman Elliott Broidy.

While Hannity has insisted his consultations with Cohen were limited and confined to real estate matters, the Trump attorney was directly involved in facilitating cash payments to women who have accused both Trump and Broidy of sexual affairs.

 

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Fox News employees are divided over the news that Sean Hannity had been named as a client of Donald Trump personal attorney Michael Cohen even as the primetime star downplayed the nature of their professional connection — with one staffer calling the story “a nothing burger” and another suggesting the host may have violated company guidelines.

“I’m f—ing livid,” one senior channel staffer told TheWrap Wednesday over Hannity’s failure to disclose the relationship in his on-air discussions about Cohen, who has been at the center of many a news story in recent months. The staffer also voiced disappointment that the network has not sent any communication to employees over the issue.

“We’re left to reading press reports to find out what’s going on, what the company knew about this potential conflict of interest and what it is doing to investigate Sean Hannity’s public claims,” the staffer said.

The same individual also said Hannity’s conduct appeared to be in violation of acceptable behavior found within Fox News employee handbook, which reads in part:

“Conflicts between your private interests and the legitimate business interests of this Company generally arise when your personal interests or affiliations run counter to your responsibilities at work … You should not improperly use your position or resources of the Company in order to benefit yourself, your relatives, your friends or other businesses.”

Both Fox News and 21st Century Fox did not immediately respond to inquiries over whether Hannity had run afoul of company rules.

Other Fox News employees met the Hannity disclosure with a shrug. “Do I care personally? F— no,” one on-air talent told TheWrap. “Sean Hannity is still the No. 1 player in all of Fox shows. This isn’t such an egregious act that he would be fired. He’s not a journalist.”

“If this was something really serious, if they go in and find out something else — if there was a payment or something salacious or borderline illegal — I think that’s when it becomes a very, very big deal,” the individual added.

“A lot of the talk in the newsroom was kind of like poking fun at CNN’s complete obsession [with the story],” a third network staffer told TheWrap, adding that Fox News overseer Rupert Murdoch seemed unlikely to discipline its top star especially with another primetime host, Laura Ingraham, enduring an advertiser boycott over a tweet about high school anti-gun-violence activist David Hogg.

“There was talk that [Rupert] Murdoch didn’t like the way the Laura Ingraham situation was handled,” the staffer said. “Murdoch likes to be tough. When I heard that, I assumed Hannity was going to get a pass.”

On Tuesday, Fox News issued a statement that the company had been “surprised” by Hannity’s “informal relationship” with Cohen but that “he continues to have our full support.”

Still, Hannity has faced heat from some colleagues, including network analyst Alan Dershowitz, who handed Hannity a public rebuke on his Hannity’s own show Monday evening.

“I do want to say that I really think that you should have disclosed your relationship with Cohen when you talked about him on this show,” the Harvard law professor chided. “You could have said just that you had asked him for advice or whatever, but I think it would have been much, much better had you disclosed that relationship.”

Cohen has served as Donald Trump’s attorney fixer for a decade and according to the disclosure in federal court Monday also represented two other clients, Sean Hannity and former Republican National Committee Finance Chairman Elliott Broidy.

While Hannity has insisted his consultations with Cohen were limited and confined to real estate matters, the Trump attorney was directly involved in facilitating cash payments to women who have accused both Trump and Broidy of sexual affairs.

 

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That Time Hannity Torched George Stephanopoulos for Not Disclosing a Clinton Foundation Donation

Fox News host Sean Hannity told the world this week that his relationship with Michael Cohen — and his failure to ever mention that to anyone — was a big nothingburger. But a review of the record suggests that the conservative firebrand would be far less charitable if the shoe were ever on someone else’s foot.

When news emerged in May 2015 that “Good Morning America” host George Stephanopoulos failed to disclose a $75,000 donation to the Clinton Foundation, Hannity was less than forgiving.

On his show — which ran with the story for a week — Hannity called it a “major scandal.”

Also Read: Alan Dershowitz Chides Sean Hannity to His Face Over Michael Cohen Connection (Video)

“He’s such a hack,” said Hannity “How could he possibly have not know that he should reveal this?”

“Should George Stephanopoulos be punished by ABC News and if so what should that punishment be?” Hannity asked in another instance. “Is he coordinating with the Democratic Party?”

The mashup of painful footage was ably documented by the professional Fox News watchers at Media Matters for America — whose video you can watch above.

Also Read: Jimmy Kimmel Rips ‘Pal’ Sean Hannity for Michael Cohen Reveal: ‘That Sounds Normal’ (Video)

For what it’s worth, Stephanopoulos offered an apology over his failure to disclose the donation and ABC — like Fox did with Hannity —  announced that it would stand behind him.

In the days after a federal judge in New York forced lawyers for Michael Cohen to reveal that Hannity had been a client, his employer has struggled to contain the fallout. In a statement, Fox News said that while they had been taken by surprise at Hannity’s affiliation, the network would continue to stand by him.

“While FOX News was unaware of Sean Hannity’s informal relationship with Michael Cohen and was surprised by the announcement in court yesterday, we have reviewed the matter and spoken to Sean and he continues to have our full support,” a network spokesperson told TheWrap.

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Fox News host Sean Hannity told the world this week that his relationship with Michael Cohen — and his failure to ever mention that to anyone — was a big nothingburger. But a review of the record suggests that the conservative firebrand would be far less charitable if the shoe were ever on someone else’s foot.

When news emerged in May 2015 that “Good Morning America” host George Stephanopoulos failed to disclose a $75,000 donation to the Clinton Foundation, Hannity was less than forgiving.

On his show — which ran with the story for a week — Hannity called it a “major scandal.”

“He’s such a hack,” said Hannity “How could he possibly have not know that he should reveal this?”

“Should George Stephanopoulos be punished by ABC News and if so what should that punishment be?” Hannity asked in another instance. “Is he coordinating with the Democratic Party?”

The mashup of painful footage was ably documented by the professional Fox News watchers at Media Matters for America — whose video you can watch above.

For what it’s worth, Stephanopoulos offered an apology over his failure to disclose the donation and ABC — like Fox did with Hannity —  announced that it would stand behind him.

In the days after a federal judge in New York forced lawyers for Michael Cohen to reveal that Hannity had been a client, his employer has struggled to contain the fallout. In a statement, Fox News said that while they had been taken by surprise at Hannity’s affiliation, the network would continue to stand by him.

“While FOX News was unaware of Sean Hannity’s informal relationship with Michael Cohen and was surprised by the announcement in court yesterday, we have reviewed the matter and spoken to Sean and he continues to have our full support,” a network spokesperson told TheWrap.

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Fox News ‘Surprised’ by Hannity’s Ties to Trump’s Lawyer, Stands by Him Anyway

Fos News is backing Sean Hannity amidst the revelation that Donald Trump’s attorney, Michael Cohen, also provided legal counsel to the cable news network’s host. Though they’d also like to note they were “unaware” of the two’s “informal relationship.”

“While FOX News was unaware of Sean Hannity’s informal relationship with Michael Cohen and was surprised by the announcement in court yesterday, we have reviewed the matter and spoken to Sean and he continues to have our full support,” a spokesperson for Fox News said in a statement to TheWrap Tuesday.

Hannity insisted Monday that Cohen has never “represented” him after a judge ruling unveiled the fact that Hannity had been as one of Cohen’s clients in 2017.

Also Read: Alan Dershowitz Chides Sean Hannity to His Face Over Michael Cohen Connection (Video)

“Michael Cohen has never represented me in any matter. I never retained him, received an invoice, or paid legal fees. I have occasionally had brief discussions with him about legal questions about which I wanted his input and perspective,” said the Fox News host in a statement to TheWrap Monday.

“I assumed those conversations were confidential, but to be absolutely clear they never involved any matter between me and a third party.”

At a federal court hearing in New York City on Monday, Cohen was forced to reveal that in addition to Trump he had also provided legal counsel to two other — previously undisclosed — individuals. One of them was Hannity and the other was former RNC finance chairman Elliott Broidy.

Also Read: ‘Morning Joe’ Nukes Sean Hannity Over Michael Cohen Disclosure: ‘Bold-Faced Lying to His Viewers’ (Video)

Cohen is facing mounting legal troubles after his home and offices were raided by the FBI last week. Reports at the time said the raid was personally approved by Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein.

The Hannity-Cohen-Trump nexus represents a previously undisclosed layer of connection between Trump and Hannity. The Fox News primetime host has become the most reliably pro-Trump voice on cable television. In a broadcast last week, Hannity blasted the FBI raid on Cohen and the special counsel — without revealing his legal relationship with Cohen.

Hannity faced some friendly fire on his own show Monday evening, with longtime Fox legal analyst Alan Dershowitz chiding him to his face about his Cohen connection.

Also Read: Colbert Completely Loses It Over Hannity-Cohen Shocker: ‘Who Did Sean Hannity Have Sex With?’ (Video)

“I really think that you should have disclosed your relationship with Cohen when you talked about him on this show,” said Dershowitz with the look of a man who just swallowed a grenade.

“You could have said that you had asked him for advice or whatever, but I think it would have been much, much better had you disclosed that relationship.”

The public rebuke took Hannity by surprise, who attempted to short-circuit Dershowitz with a promise to address the matter later in his show.

Also Read: Jimmy Kimmel Rips ‘Pal’ Sean Hannity for Michael Cohen Reveal: ‘That Sounds Normal’ (Video)

“If you understand the nature of this, professor — I’m going to deal with this later in the show —  It was minimal, I put out a statement about it.”

“I have a right to privacy,” Hannity stammered as Dershowitz continued to explain the situation to him. “It was such a minor relationship.”

Dershowitz wasn’t the only one to criticize Hannity on the network yesterday. Earlier on “The Five,” co-host Juan Williams also zinged his colleague for not disclosing the relationship.

Also Read: Ingraham Tells Hannity: ‘I’m Glad for like a Millisecond the Heat’s off Me and on You’

And, of course, late-night had a field day with the news on Monday. Especially Hannity’s new nemesis Jimmy Kimmel.

Jon Levine contributed to this story.

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Fos News is backing Sean Hannity amidst the revelation that Donald Trump’s attorney, Michael Cohen, also provided legal counsel to the cable news network’s host. Though they’d also like to note they were “unaware” of the two’s “informal relationship.”

“While FOX News was unaware of Sean Hannity’s informal relationship with Michael Cohen and was surprised by the announcement in court yesterday, we have reviewed the matter and spoken to Sean and he continues to have our full support,” a spokesperson for Fox News said in a statement to TheWrap Tuesday.

Hannity insisted Monday that Cohen has never “represented” him after a judge ruling unveiled the fact that Hannity had been as one of Cohen’s clients in 2017.

“Michael Cohen has never represented me in any matter. I never retained him, received an invoice, or paid legal fees. I have occasionally had brief discussions with him about legal questions about which I wanted his input and perspective,” said the Fox News host in a statement to TheWrap Monday.

“I assumed those conversations were confidential, but to be absolutely clear they never involved any matter between me and a third party.”

At a federal court hearing in New York City on Monday, Cohen was forced to reveal that in addition to Trump he had also provided legal counsel to two other — previously undisclosed — individuals. One of them was Hannity and the other was former RNC finance chairman Elliott Broidy.

Cohen is facing mounting legal troubles after his home and offices were raided by the FBI last week. Reports at the time said the raid was personally approved by Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein.

The Hannity-Cohen-Trump nexus represents a previously undisclosed layer of connection between Trump and Hannity. The Fox News primetime host has become the most reliably pro-Trump voice on cable television. In a broadcast last week, Hannity blasted the FBI raid on Cohen and the special counsel — without revealing his legal relationship with Cohen.

Hannity faced some friendly fire on his own show Monday evening, with longtime Fox legal analyst Alan Dershowitz chiding him to his face about his Cohen connection.

“I really think that you should have disclosed your relationship with Cohen when you talked about him on this show,” said Dershowitz with the look of a man who just swallowed a grenade.

“You could have said that you had asked him for advice or whatever, but I think it would have been much, much better had you disclosed that relationship.”

The public rebuke took Hannity by surprise, who attempted to short-circuit Dershowitz with a promise to address the matter later in his show.

“If you understand the nature of this, professor — I’m going to deal with this later in the show —  It was minimal, I put out a statement about it.”

“I have a right to privacy,” Hannity stammered as Dershowitz continued to explain the situation to him. “It was such a minor relationship.”

Dershowitz wasn’t the only one to criticize Hannity on the network yesterday. Earlier on “The Five,” co-host Juan Williams also zinged his colleague for not disclosing the relationship.

And, of course, late-night had a field day with the news on Monday. Especially Hannity’s new nemesis Jimmy Kimmel.

Jon Levine contributed to this story.

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Fox News: “Unaware” Of Sean Hannity’s “Informal” Relationship With Michael Cohen; Supports Him

Another day, another gobsmacking bit of breaking news about Sean Hannity.
One day after Monday’s stunning revelation Fox News Channel’s primetime star Sean Hannity is Donald Trump lawyer Michael Cohen’s mystery third client, Fox News issued a statement saying he still has their “full support.”
Here’s another headline: Fox News says Sean Hannity did not disclose to them that he had a lawyerly relationship with Cohen.
The stunning revelation that Hannity is a client of…

Another day, another gobsmacking bit of breaking news about Sean Hannity. One day after Monday’s stunning revelation Fox News Channel’s primetime star Sean Hannity is Donald Trump lawyer Michael Cohen’s mystery third client, Fox News issued a statement saying he still has their “full support.” Here’s another headline: Fox News says Sean Hannity did not disclose to them that he had a lawyerly relationship with Cohen. The stunning revelation that Hannity is a client of…