Sean Hannity, Trump allies cite Hillary Clinton administration, presidency in mistake


Fox News host Sean

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  • Allies of President Donald Trump keep slipping up and
    referring to the nonexistent Hillary Clinton
  • It comes as much of the right-leaning media is
    continuing to gin up outrage about Clinton’s actions
    during the 2016 campaign and during her tenure as secretary of

Fox News host Sean Hannity accidentally referenced Hillary
Clinton’s nonexistent administration on Monday, continuing an
unusual emerging trend among allies of President Donald Trump.

While discussing an Obama administration-era uranium
deal that many Trump supporters 
 to link to the Clintons for years, the host
tripped up.

“Now that we have no Trump collusion, here’s what we do have
tonight,” Hannity said. “This is what the media will ignore. This
is what matters, these are the facts, this is where the evidence
comes in.”

“What did President Clinton, or President Clinton wannabe,
President Obama, and key members of the administration — what did
they know about the Uranium One scandal?” he said.

Hannity wasn’t the first Trump ally in recent days to
accidentally reference Clinton’s nonexistent administration
while stoking anger over the Uranium One nuclear deal. 

Over the past several days, another top administration
booster has repeatedly referred to Clinton’s nonexistent

In an interview on “Fox & Friends Weekend” on Saturday,
former Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski mocked pending indictments of
former Trump campaign officials
, arguing that media were
ignoring the 2012 Uranium One deal. The deal allowed Russia
to acquire a partial stake in US uranium production, requiring
the confirmation of nine government agencies, including the then
Clinton-led state department.

“The speculation is so insane right now,” he said. “What we
should be focusing on are the continued lies of the Clinton
administration, the continued fallacies that they perpetuate.”

Lewandowski’s clip went viral. Two days later, he slipped up

During an interview on Fox Business Network on Monday, the former
campaign manager called for a special counsel to investigate the
Uranium One deal.

“We knew that the members of the CFIUS committee, the committee
of foreign investments in the US, of the members that
are sitting on that committee, I think seven or nine of them had
ties to the Clinton administration, I mean the Clinton
Foundation,” Lewandowski said.


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