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Sean Hannity Radio Recap: Mar 13

posted by Hannity Staff - 3.13.19

**PAUL MANAFORT SENTENCED IN DC DISTRICT COURT TODAY

**MANAFORT WILL SERVE AN ADDITIONAL 3.5 YEARS, TOTALING 7.5 YEARS

**30 MONTHS OF HIS SENTENCE WILL BE CONCURRENT WITH THE VA SENTENCE

**DEMS ALREADY PUSHING BACK ON A POTENTIAL PARDON FROM THE PRESIDENT

**LISA PAGE TESTIMONY AND TRANSCRIPTS SHOW JUST HOW CORRUPT FBI WAS & IS

4:05 PM ET – Gregg Jarrett, Fox News Legal Analyst and Author of the Russia Hoax now out in paperback and John Solomon of the Hill, go over yesterday’s release of the transcripts from Lisa Page’s closed-door testimony. Jarrett and Solomon will also discuss the DC ruling in the Paul Manafort trial.

Trump’s tweet comes after Congressman Doug Collins released 370 pages of Page’s transcript testimony on his own volition, and promised that he would release even more in the future. Page exchanged thousands of text messages with her lover and then-top FBI agent Peter Strzok about the investigations into former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and the Trump 2016 campaign.

4:30 PM ET – Bill O’Reilly, Media Personality and author of Killing the SS: The Hunt for the Worst War Criminals In History, is here to discuss the news of the day. From the Nick Sandmann suit against CNN to the mass hysteria over the college acceptance scandal, Bill will give us his perspective. From Bill O’Reilly’s site:

The family of Nicholas Sandmann, the Kentucky 16 year old who was vilified by the media in that crazy Indian story, has sued CNN for $275 million. This after The Washington Post received legal paperwork for $250 million in the same case.

The CNN situation is especially important because the network itself will be on trial. There is no question that the entire left-wing media misreported Nick’s altercation in DC, but his lawyers believe they can prove the mistake was malicious and grounded in the anti-Trump posture that CNN displays every day.

AT&T, the new owners of CNN, really have a problem. The network is so unfair and, in some cases, hateful that for intelligent viewers the brand has been greatly diminished. I mean when you have a CNN commentator like Kirsten Powers asserting that any American who supports President Trump is a racist, you have jumped the cliche-ridden shark.

If the Sandmann family wins a big money judgment against CNN, The Post, and possibly others, that might slow down the media corruption that is currently on display. I will be following this story closely.

Tonight on The No Spin News, a special media announcement that may please you. It begins at 7 eastern time.