Struggling late night “comedian” Jimmy Kimmel risked his poorly-rated show even more the past few weeks after he was called out for making fun of legal immigrant and current First Lady Melania Trump’s accent.
Kimmel, who’s literally lucky to have a job, then entered a “Twitter war” with Fox News’ Sean Hannity (in which Kimmel lost without a doubt). Instead of continuing down the path of psychosis, Kimmel finally issued an apology… kind of.
And Hannity responded with pure class…
Speaking during his opening monologue on ‘Hannity’ Monday night, Sean weighed-in on late night comedian Jimmy Kimmel’s apology to the Fox News host; adding from his “point of view, it’s over with Jimmy Kimmel.”
“After we called Kimmel out, he responded with even more vicious attacks. Kimmel apologized for some of his behavior,” said Sean. “I read the apology carefully, a couple of things are very clear to me.”
“I believe everyone should accept apologies, that’s how I was raised, that’s what my religion teaches me. I’m going to assume he’s sincere,” he added. “I do agree with Jimmy in this sense, it’s time to move on. It was never about Hannity versus Jimmy Kimmel, it’s a lot bigger than that.”
“The level of hatred and vitriol against this President and his family is unprecedented […] The left in this country even attacks the President’s ten, eleven-year-old son,” Hannity said. “From my point of view, it’s over with Jimmy Kimmel.”
Watch Sean’s reaction to Kimmel’s apology above.
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